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Old 01-03-2004, 06:49 PM   #16
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remove the initrd line in grub, and just put this in (its the same as what u have) "kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.0 ro root=dev/hda3"

with that, im at the end of ideas (im not sitting on a linux box right now either).
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can someone please help me get my 2.6.0 kernel to work
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It seems that the new Kernel (2.6.1) has an issue with loading ext3 from a module. Try compiling the ext3 directly into the Kernel and it should boot for you. Other issues are the USB and Sound settings. These will cause you a few headachs as well until you tune the kernel to your liking. I hope this helps. I had the same issues as well.


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