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SubjectKernel Panic: VFS...
Hi all,

Sorry for my last message which was an error. In fact, I have a problem
during my boot session.

I have Intel 486DX2 66, 16MB Ram.
Ide drive, Maxtor 2595 cyls, 16 heads, 63 sects. and 1.336MB
capacity(documentation), but the bios indicate 1277MB only; that is the
first problem.
At the moment I'm trying to install Linux 1.2.XX or 1.3.XX kernel.

These are my ide drive partitions

/dev/hda1 => 450 MB for Dos (theoretically cyls < 1023)
/dev/hda2 => ~ 200 Extended Dos partition
/dev/hda3 => ~ 650MB Linux partition
/dev/hda4 => ~ 30MB (theoretically) for swap

To format this drive, I used "logical" geometry 648/64/63, and I have built
a new kernel.
But during the boot session the system sends these messages. (I have
listed the most important ones)

Loading Linux .....
Uncompressing Linux .......
.........
Partition check:
hda: multiple mode turned off
hda: hda1
EXT-fs: Unable to read superblock
EXT2-fs: Unable to read superblock
isof_read super bread failed dev 0x303 iso_blknum 16
Kernel panic: VFS unable to mount fs on 03:03.

Here is the situation.

1- There is no problem in booting windows.
2- I can't boot lilo, unless I use the boot floppy with this
command: ramdisk root=/dev/hda3.

I have tried many tips in an effort to solve this problem, but without succes.

Does anybody have any idea what is going wrong?



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