Subject: Re: panic: cannot mount root - current
To: None <>
From: Tom Crockett <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/13/1994 22:16:51
The following problem turned out to be my not having done either
a 'make clean' or 'make depend' in the usr.sbin/config directory.
Once I did that, the kernel is very happy.  Thanks Charles!

>Date: Sun, 13 Mar 1994 16:11:39 -0800
>From: (Tom Crockett)
>With march 12 and 13 sources I'm getting the following on boot with
>new kernel.  march 11 kernel is fine...
>bootup messages:
>	using 123 buffers containing 503808 bytes of memory
>	biomask 0 ttymask 0 netmask 0
>	panic: cannnot mount root
>	stopped at _Debugger+0+4: leave
>	db>
>and not that I know what the heck this means :-) I give db the trace cmd.
>db> trace
>_panic(f8106a65,176f9c,181000,181000,9) at _panic+0x54
>_main(181000,0,0,0,0) at _main+0x2b4
>I've recompiled and installed config.  I'm not configuring anything
>differently from march 11, i.e. wdc0 or fdc0 configured but not
>But I suspect I must be missing something.