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I just installed B&W64 on an external usb hard drive and everything seems to have went fine until I boot.
I currently have Debian & Mandriva on my internal drive and use Debian's grub bootloader. After adding B&W to grub, it starts booting but then comes up with a kernel panic error. Something about not syncing, I forget the exact error message.
This is the entry I added to debian's grub list.
# This entry added BlueWhite64 Linux
# on /dev/sdb5
title BlueWhite64 Linux
kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/sdb5 ro single
Does anybody see anything wrong with it, or have any suggestions?
I reinstalled BW64 on my system and now can boot, but only drops to cli. I only had the first cd and assume I need at least the second cd to get KDE installed or can I install it from cli? Does it come with a package manager, if so which one?