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Re: ttylinux virtio support
On 08/01/12 07:42, Sandro Munda wrote:
First of all, thanks for ttylinux. It's a really great project !
I'm trying to boot a ttylinux using Grub 0.97 bootloader on
libvirt/kvm. It works great when the hard disk is configured as an
IDE. When I try to switch the libvirt/kvm configuration to a Virtio
disk, I have a kernel panic:
Cannot open root device "vda1" or unknown-block(2,0)
Please append a correct "root=" boot option; here are the available partitions:
Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(2,0)
The ttylinux is compiled with the support of Virtio:
Maybe can you help me ?
Thanks very much !
I don't use grub or virtio, so I don't know.
Which ttylinux are you using? i486, i686,
x86_64, or ...
But I think someone has shown me how to do
this; however, I cannot find it in my email archive
or in the old forum. I don't remember what I did
with the information.
I am cross-posting this to the ttylinux Google
group; maybe someone knows what to do
It seems that some kernel parameter needs
to be given and maybe a /dev node needs to be
created which might be a udev rule for some
ttylinux variants. This really sounds familiar, but
I can't find it right now. I'll keep looking.