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SubjectRe: [gentoo-user] Fwd: VFS does not find /dev/sda3 (8,3), Kernel Panic
Yes, sorry, your are right. To much configuring in my brain.

Check the new config. I suppose I only need the Intel PII/ICH SATA
support (as my lspci tells me).

But I get the same result; a Kernel Panic VFS not found (8,3)... but
my HDD is on /dev/sda3.

Is there any why I can get more detailed info out of my kernel-boot
(except from my screen)?

Any other hints?

Thanks for your help.
Zeno

On 5/13/05, Dirk Heinrichs <ext-dirk.heinrichs@nokia.com> wrote:
> Am Freitag, 13. Mai 2005 10:23 schrieb ext Zeno Davatz:
>
> >
> > I took the /proc/config.gz from the chrooted and mounted system and
> > compiled a new kernel off it. I made sure that all the SATA drivers
> > are (*) and not (M).
>
> No, you didn't. All (!?) hardware drivers are M, they (or better, the one
> for your controller) should be *.
>
> When configuring your kernel look into "SCSI low-level drivers" and enable
> the driver for your controller.
>
> HTH...
>
> Dirk
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