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SubjectRe: Ext3 not supported by kernel !!!!!
ext3 is supported in 2.4.15-pre2 and up.

Miguel Maria Godinho de Matos wrote:

> Hi again guys, i manage to compile the 2.4.14 kernel just fine, and did all
> the steps:
>
> make menuconfig
> make dep
> ( didn't do make clean though )
> make modules
> make modules install
> cp arch/i386/boot/bzImage /boot/vzmiluz-2.4.14
> mkinitrd /boot/initrd-2.4.14.img
>
> edited my lilo and updated it ( /sbin/lilo )
>
> Then i rebooted and was expecting a happy ending though it not happened.
> after loading the kernel, when linux was suppose to mount the modules, the
> file system and so, an error appeard!!
>
> fs ext3 not supported by kernel
>
> kernel panic...... bla bla bla
>
> after that i reentered linux with my working kernel and did bzdisk just to
> check!
>
> then i rebooted and linux booted because the kernel needn't be mounted as it
> is in the floppy and initrf.immg as well.
>
> though when red hat came to mount the file system, instead of the beautifull
> [ ok ], a [ failed ] appeard, again with the error message:
>
> fs ext3 not supported by kernel!
>
> This was for what i think something i misschoose in the make config step am
> i right??'
>
> If so can one of u tell me which menu contains the ext3 support for the
> kernel compilation.
>
> tks again, Astinus
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