On Sun, Aug 06, 2000 at 03:03:30PM +0000, Famille Chauvat wrote:
> Hi Florian,
> Thanks for your response. Humm, I don't know how to boot with rw support...
> And, Keith M Wesolowski, see messages in this thread, modify the kernel to
> have a ramdisk support.
Look into /usr/src/linux/Documentation
Booting with an "rw" root you just have to append "rw" to the command
line you boot with ...
> That what I don't understand, except a lot of another things :-), is how it
> runs. You know, I took a lot of things on internet, I read a lot of papers,
> perhaps not those I had to, and I've never ask to support or not the
> ramdisk. So my question is, how the kernel I took doesn't support something
> I never asked for. I'm not sure to be very clear :-)
Not the kernel uses it - The installer does - The installer tries
to create a /tmp filesystem in a ramdisk to proceed installation.
When there is no ramdisk support the /tmp filesystem creation will fail.
> With the new kernel I have, I've a new trouble. After the partition step, a
> message "mount failed, bad address" appears and I 've to reboot. Of course,
> the next time I'ld the same things. Any suggestion, any help, would be very
> Btw, if you know someone of your team or friends who speak french, it could
> be better, for me, to explain what going wrong.
Sorry - Cant help you :)
Florian Lohoff email@example.com +49-5201-669912
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