Impressions of Lucid Beta
bmarsh at bmarsh.com
Mon Apr 19 19:58:58 BST 2010
On Monday, April 19, 2010, Mark Greenwood wrote:
> They do boot the proper system, but that system kernel panics immediately.
> I can't make head nor tail of the errors though so it's not much help.
Sounds to me like the disk setup (in the cfg) is wrong. Wrong use of UUID or
other pointers to the various disks.
I would be if you compared the entries, you might find the problem. There
was a bug waaay back in karmic where grub used the wrong uuid in the --set
The --set < uuid > is supposed to point to the uuid of the /boot
the root=UUID=< uuid > is supposed to point to the uuid of the '/'
If you don't have a separate /boot partition, then I would assume the --set
and the root=UUID would be the same.
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