Problem is, apart that it's somewhat unpleasant to be forced to use a GRUB instead of another one, Manjaro GRUB has another annoying bug, which seems also not to be a If an initrd image is missing or that image does not include suitable kernel modules to access the ext3 filesystem on the partition, an error message (Linux Kernel panic: VFS: Unable The next time you boot, you might want to check the BIOS to see what size it reports for your hard drive. If there is a certain command to check this I do not know it.sudo fdisk -l password for vb: Disk /dev/sda: 465.8 GiB, 500107862016 bytes, 976773168 sectors Units: sectors of 1 http://netfiscal.com/unable-to/debian-unable-to-mount-root-fs.html
will mark solved. I bought it last year and it had Win8. Cheers Pei Welcome to Vision Open http://www.visionopen.com Adv Reply January 5th, 2013 #9 drs305 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Staff Emeritus Join Date Jan 2007 BeansHidden! What is the purpose of the AT-ACT? https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1751574
Linked 2 Unable to mount root fs after new kernel compile in VMware Related 1error booting the custom compiled kernel 2.6.37 on ubuntu 10.04 : gave up waiting on root device2RAMDISK After altering the uuid string to /dev/sda2, linux would boot normally. Ugh. (and wouldn't you know it, update manager wants to install a new kernel!) thanks for the help! oberon 2016-07-31 23:05:46 UTC #17 Thank you, @eugen-b !
My computer chokes on kernel 2.6.32-29. asked 4 years ago viewed 9004 times active 1 year ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Developers, Webmasters, and Ninjas: What’s in a Job Title? I have also tried generating an initrd file with a call to "sudo update-initramfs -c -k 3.2.4", but to no avail. Not Syncing Vfs Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block(2 0) It is not a Deepin edition problem as it happened with KDE as well.
I don't think that is your situation. Pages: 1 #1 2015-07-13 07:00:32 amaro Member Registered: 2014-05-09 Posts: 88 [SOLVED] Kernel panic-not synching: Unable to mount root fs on ... GRUB2 Retired. I actually ran update-initramfs -c -k previously, but didn't think to re-update grub afterward.
At the Grub menu (hold SHIFT if you don't see it), press 'c' to get to the command prompt. End Kernel Panic Not Syncing Vfs Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown Block (179 2) Maybe some drivers are not uploaded. DistroUbuntu Development Release Re: kernel panic-not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block(0,0) Originally Posted by asynchronous13 BIOS indicates 130GB or so. share|improve this answer edited Aug 24 at 9:00 holzkohlengrill 175 answered Jun 13 '11 at 15:06 Tomeu Roig 22113 1 I have added sudo mount --bind /dev/pts /mnt/dev/pts and sudo
To boot my old kernel, on the second stage of yaboot type either `/vmlinux.old' or `/vmlinux.old root=/dev/hdc4' is fine; while, to boot the new 2.6.11 kernel, root=/dev/hdc4, /dev/hda4, hd:4, /[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]:4, ... The problem could be that you updated the grub configuration in the Arch Linux installed in /dev/sda4, but /dev/sdb2 is marked as bootable (which is omunted as /media/Slack). Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block(2 0) Hey guys!I was running Arch, Windows and Slackware on my laptop till Saturday. Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block Raspberry Pi Mine said something like this: Code: Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on ... /dev/sda1 233191 233191 0 100% /boot - check which linux images are installed using: Code: dpkg --get-selections
Just as a confirmation. "We have a passion for keeping things simple." - Charlie Munger Offline #11 2015-07-13 15:21:49 mauritiusdadd Member From: Benevento, Italy Registered: 2013-10-27 Posts: 776 Re: [SOLVED] Kernel Check This Out update-initramfs -u -k 2.6.38-8-generic (or your version) If you don't know your version. Even some days ago, I installed manjaro alone in the hard disk and the error still continue. share|improve this answer answered Jul 5 '13 at 10:28 Christopher Käck 14315 add a comment| protected by Community♦ Sep 22 '15 at 11:24 Thank you for your interest in this question. Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block(2 0) Ubuntu
FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Forum Kernel Panic Not Syncing Vfs Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block Raspberry Pi After that I updated GRUBmkconfig -o /boot/grub.grub.cfgbut upon reboot I get the same message againKernel panic - not synching:VFS:Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)Any help is highly appreciated!Thank you! Not the answer you're looking for?
I tried your solution previously with no successful. The initrd was missing from /boot. Please wait ... >>> Generating initial ramdisk, using mkinitcpio. Unable To Mount Root Fs On Unknown-block(0 0) Gentoo Then ran mkinitcpio -P, edited /etc/default/grub to have not only quiet but quiet splash, ran update-grub and was able to boot the installed system having your stylish plymouth.Please, make these settings
I don't recall what exactly should unknown block be, but I guess that means it is lacking the I/O controller driver. Run the script, then post the contents of RESULTS.txt. Examples can be easily found by googling grub 40_custom merlin1012 2016-07-05 19:33:05 UTC #10 Thank you! have a peek here Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
Is that a BIOS or UEFI system? boot upgrade kernel share|improve this question edited Nov 19 at 14:39 David Foerster 12.4k103359 asked May 11 '11 at 1:09 Jeffrywith1e 3591311 1 Your troubles might having nothing to do Almost all my laptop systems are triple boot and I have been running into this with Manjaro. linux ubuntu kernel boot compiling share|improve this question asked Feb 7 '12 at 18:00 fromClouds 2313 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote accepted
share|improve this answer edited May 11 '11 at 7:20 Lekensteyn 89.2k35227301 answered May 11 '11 at 1:54 psusi 27.1k13675 2 poor answer.... –user204653 Dec 7 '13 at 9:58 I wanted to stretch my computer legs and attempt to learn Linux by installing Debian on a PowerMac 8500/120 with 144 MB RAM and a 2 GB hard drive and running printk+0x68/0x6b [ 1.582799] [
eugen-b 2016-09-09 11:02:13 UTC #15 I got the same problem (kernel panic like yours, caused by the same mkinitcpio.conf with only HOOKS=" plymouth") with my Deepin and KDE installs from (August Linux Mint still booting fine. Do spacecraft in Star Wars produce jet blasts when taking off? After booting into OS 9 and opening BootX, I typed "sda7" (no, I didn't use the quotation marks) and "root=/dev/sda8" into the appropriate blocks and clicked "Save to prefs" and then
The root fs was defined with a uuid string, which I confirmed as correct.