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Old 04-23-2009, 09:46 PM   #1
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initial ramdisk in ubuntu

hi everybody!
i need your help!
i have some problems with "initial ramdisk" (initrd).
i did with instructions of the following link
Linux initial RAM disk (initrd) overview
but my initrd not run.
after loading, it stopped,and failure notice :
"ramdisk : compressed image found at block 0
no filesystem could moun root,tried : cramfs
kernel panic-not syncing : VFS :unable to mount rootfs on unknown - block (104,1)"
they are some last lines on screen.
i don't know why!
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