Cannot boot to compiled kernel
mmucciolo at suteba.org.ar
Thu Nov 3 11:22:41 EDT 2016
On Thursday 03 November 2016 00:56:21 Daniel. wrote:
> 2016-11-02 9:27 GMT-02:00 Quentin Lambert <lambert.quentin at gmail.com>:
> > Hi,
> > On 11/02/2016 12:05 PM, Daniel Bokser wrote:
> > > Now I am thrown into the recovery shell with an 'Unable to find root
> > device /dev/sdc2' (my SSD).
> > > The real strange thing is that the (PS/2) keyboard doesn't work, so I
> > can't even run commands.
> > > Tried also USB keyboard to no avail.
> > > I also have a bunch of "Unknown symbol" errors from scsi_mod which fill
> > most of the screen.
> > >
> > > I'm thinking the RAM disk is bad, but not sure. No amount of Google-fu
> > was able to help me out with this one.
> > >
> > I had a similar problem, check to see if the RAM is ok but the problem
> > might be due to something else.
> > I was able to make it work thanks to this e-mail:
> > https://lkml.org/lkml/2016/10/19/271
> > I changed to
> > CONFIG_MODVERSIONS=n
> > But naively applying the patches mentioned in the e-mail did not work for
> > me
> > and I haven't had the time to look further into the problem and give
> > relevant
> > feedback to the thread.
> > Quentin
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> I would suggest you to compile ssd and ps2 keyboard drivers built in, so
> even if some goes wrong on initrd you may still mount rootfs and have
> keyboard working. The "Unknown symbol" may mean that something was wrong in
> kernel compilation.
> *"Do or do not. There is no try"*
> *Yoda Master*
also the module for the filesystem you use in root part.
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