My first time using it...and I'm having a little trouble understanding its partitioning theory...
I have one hdd, with 3 partitions.
The first being the boot partition, 32meg big, flagged with Bootable..
the next partition is my host distro (Slackware) and the next partition is my under construction LFS distro...
The GRUB boot files are on the boot partition obviously, and i want the root partition to be /dev/hda6 (which is the LFS partition)...
Grub loads fine, but the line that i have specifying where the kernel is because it comes up "File not found"
The line is as such:
kernel (hd0,0)/boot/bzImage root=/dev/hda6
how _should_ this line read with the above info?
hopefully somebody understands what im after..
Ignore this post, I got it goin!
I got it to work with this line:
kernel (hd0,0)/bzImage root=/dev/hda6