Subject: What is this?
To: None <>
From: Anders Hogrelius SdU <>
List: port-vax
Date: 01/16/1999 23:35:21
Hi everyone!

I'm trying to make a installation CD to use with the VS3100.
I've made a ffs filesystem with all the stuff necessary on it and
put it on a CD. I can boot the kernel on the CD without problem,
but it's impossible to mount root on it. This is what happens.

root device (default cd0a):
dump device (default cd0b):
file system (default ffs):
root on cd0a dumps on cd0b
cannot mount root, error =3D 6

However, if i boot the kernel on my disk and try to mount cd0a it=20
works without problem. I've been considering to use an md device,
but unfortunately the 1.3.2 kernel won't compile with md.
You might wonder why even bothering making a CD for 1.3.2, but
since the SCSI stuff isn't working very well on the current kernel...
What does error =3D 6 mean?


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