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Old 03-10-2004, 04:40 PM   #1
h_lina_k
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debian kernel module subfolders 2.2 v 2.4


i have been running 2.2.25 debian and am attempting to upgrade to 2.4.24. when i go through the process and reboot it hangs.

i gives me the following error:

kmod : failed to exec /sbin/modprobe -s -k
VFS : cannot open root device "302" or 03:02

Pleace append a correct "root=" boot option
kernel panic; VFS:unable to mount root fs on 03:02

i know 302 is hda2 and i am pretty sure it wont load the block module, however i used the same config file as i did in my older version. when i went hunting to make sure all of the modules were there i noticed the different directory structure. is that why i am having problems and how might i go about dispose of this issue?

thanks in advance
 
  


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