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SubjectRe: Why kernel 2.5.58 only mounts / (not home etc)
Max Valdez <maxvaldez@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> >Your ext3 filesystem is being built as a module, so you are dependent
> >upon
> >correct initrd setup to be able to mount the other filesystems. If
> >those
> >filesystems were not cleanly shut down, ext2 will not be able to mount
> >them.
>
> >Or something like that. Try setting CONFIG_EXT3_FS=y.
>
> I do have EXT3_FS=m

Try it with "y"

> But I did a correct initrd build,

You haven't set CONFIG_BLK_DEV_INITRD

> / mount is ext3, and gets mounted ok,

It's probably mounted as ext2. Check /proc/mounts.


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