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SubjectRe: Kernel or Grub bug.
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On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Prasad wrote:

>> "Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)"
> Your partition table suggests that there are two different partitions for
> '/boot'
> and '/'. The GRUB loads the kernel from '/boot' which is (hd0,0) but the
> kernel is unable to find the '/' partition. You may pass it using the
> parameter
> root=/dev/hda3.
> That should work.
> Prasad

It may not work. As he said in the original message, he found lot's of other
people with that problem, including... myself. Since 2.6.4 I can't boot any 2.6
kernel, allways with that Kernel panic. I've tried several things, including
using the root=/dev/hda3 parameter, and, at the time, I've raised the issue
here on LKML, but no conclusion has been reached.

A search on LKML led me to this:

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