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Old 12-20-2012, 06:07 AM   #16
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Assuming that the information posted up till now is correct, then it looks like the LFS kernel might be missing some options needed during the boot process.

How did you compile your kernel and which options did you (de)activate or make modular?

The information shown in your posted attachment (1.jpg) doesn't show enough to give you any advise. Please post what is above the md: If you don't use raid... line, one full screen would be nice but 2 would be better.
 
Old 12-20-2012, 06:13 AM   #17
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Assuming that the information posted up till now is correct, then it looks like the LFS kernel might be missing some options needed during the boot process.

How did you compile your kernel and which options did you (de)activate or make modular?

The information shown in your posted attachment (1.jpg) doesn't show enough to give you any advise. Please post what is above the md: If you don't use raid... line, one full screen would be nice but 2 would be better.
may be problem is like this post:
http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/new...ock-0-0-a.html

In chapter 8.3 I did not config anything I do it step by step follow a tutorial.

Maybe I should config something in this picture . Pls give me a suggestion.
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Old 12-20-2012, 07:13 AM   #18
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Help me please i stuck in this problem more than 2 dayss
 
Old 12-20-2012, 08:23 AM   #19
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Help me please i stuck in this problem more than 2 dayss
You might want to start with fully answering my questions from post #16.....

- Please post what is above the md: If you don't use raid... line, one full screen would be nice but 2 would be better.

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In chapter 8.3 I did not config anything I do it step by step follow a tutorial.
You should configure the kernel. That is an important part of the chapter and essential.

Without the info I asked for I cannot help you (too many possible combination to give you any advise).

Have a look at this, it might help you setting up a kernel: LFS: Building a kernel
 
Old 12-20-2012, 09:43 AM   #20
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You might want to start with fully answering my questions from post #16.....

- Please post what is above the md: If you don't use raid... line, one full screen would be nice but 2 would be better.

You should configure the kernel. That is an important part of the chapter and essential.

Without the info I asked for I cannot help you (too many possible combination to give you any advise).

Have a look at this, it might help you setting up a kernel: LFS: Building a kernel
This question already resolved from --> http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...044/page2.html

but when i boot my lfs it got 2 error.The picture is in Attach files

I skip 7.5.2. Dealing with duplicate devices .

I dont know it can make 2 error that i got, or not?
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:56 AM   #21
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For the first one, see the note in section 8.3.1 of the book.

For the second one, maybe you need to compile ext3 filesystem support as built in (not a module). I would do ext4, too. Find those in the "File systems" section of the configuration editor (menuconfig).

After those things are set, then exit, save, and compile the kernel again.

P.S.: Be prepared for more of this kind of thing. Probably video stuff or storage drivers will be next. But I would tackle one thing at a time. And even after it finally boots, there still will be many more things in the kernel config to go back and tweak a different way.

P.P.S.: You are now in the part of the LFS journey that took me the longest time to learn (configuring the kernel). I spent days studying and experimenting. I probably recompiled my first LFS kernel thirty times (seriously). I'm still learning about this subject.

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Old 12-21-2012, 02:54 AM   #22
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Thank everybody.

My thread is already solved.
 
  


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