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Re: [opensuse] problems with making initrd
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for default is in the initrd only what is needed for boot,
i mean you haven't your root filesystem as amigafs. This module can be
i compile my kernel with "make rpm" then i install the rpm, cd /boot
and create the initrd only with "mkinitrd -k vmlinuz -i initrd" then
already the rootfilesystem and the bootsplash is in initrd.

On Thu, 2 Feb
2006 16:17:57 +0100 Franziskus Meier <markirus@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello,
> while trying to built my first own kernel I've got a problem. Maybe
> it's more simple for this mailing-list.
> Simple tech-stats of system:
> OpenSuse 10.0 with Update to 2006-01-31
> After configuring kernel-plan (I need additionally to handle amiga
> and apple harddiscs on i386 system and added under "partition types"
> -> "amiga partitioning" or so) I compiled the kernel and modules.
> This steps created also an addtional
> directory /lib/modules/2.6.13amgia-15.7.default. Then I copied the
> kernel-file vmlinuz.bin from /usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot/ to /
> boot/. Due to the entry amiga in Makefile the above mentioned modules
> directory resulted. After adding the kernel via yast in grub with
> origin initrd-file the first start with new kernel failed.Trying to
> create a new initrd via
> mkinitrd -i initrd-amigardb -k vmlinuz-2.6.13amiga-15.7-default -m
> "via82cxxx tmscsim processor thermal fan affs"
> the system replied:
> Root device: /dev/hda3 (mounted on / as ext2)
> Module list: via82cxxx tmscsim processor thermal fan affs
> Kernel image: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.13amiga-15.7-default
> Initrd image: /boot/initrd-amigardb
> No modules found for kernel
> What does the system need?
> If more information needed, feel free to ask.
> Greetz
> Franz
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