Boot error Fixed

john john at cllug.org
Fri Feb 14 18:28:48 PST 2003


Thanks anyhow.. I found out it was the
 usbdevfs        /proc/bus/usb    usbdevfs    defaults    0 0
entry.

All works now.. and my 2nd cdrom is actually a link to a dvd player! 8-)

John

James Spinks wrote:

> john wrote:
>
>> I must have entered or copied a script wrong. On boot up I recieve 
>> this error:
>
>
> indeed...
>
>> [ snippperty snip ]
>
>
>> If you are able to track this error down to a bug in one of the files 
>> provided by the LFS book, please be so kind to inform us at 
>> lfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org
>
>
> The key phrase here is 'If you are able to track this error down to a 
> bug in one of the files provided by the LFS book'.  Normally, these 
> hiccups and problems are best handled on the lfs-support list.
>
>> [ snipperty snip ]
>
>
>> /dev/hda2    /            ext3    defaults    1 1
>
>
> Do the LFS bootscripts handle ext3 filesystems OOTB?  I've only every 
> used ext2 myself so far, but as this is the only file you have 
> provided, this is the only difference I noticed.
>
>> [ snipperty snip ]
>
>
>> /dev/cdrom    /mnt/cdrom    iso9660     noauto,owner,ro 0 0
>> /dev/cdrom1 /mnt/cdrom1   iso9660     noauto,owner,ro  0 0
>
>
> Two CDROMs... that's just greedy!    ;-)
>
>


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