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SubjectRe: Kernel Panic: VFS cannot open a root device
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On Sunday 17 July 2005 22:46, Fawad Lateef wrote:
> I saw this prob when my boot device/partition in the bootloader config
> was wrong or the filesystem of my root partition is not compiled as a
> kernel image rather compiled as module, so plz try to solve this prob
> by selecting your desired filesystem in kernel configuration as Y
> rather than M ...... I hope this will work

One further tip. Make your root FS's type the only one that is not a module.
Once you have it booting then, if you want, flip other FSes to in kernel.

Ed Tomlinson
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