On Fri, 19 Mar 2004, John Palkovic wrote:
> I can now report that my system boots with an XFS root partition. I'm
> posting this here in the hope that it might save someone some time and
> frustration in the future. The fix was to add the following options to my
> .config, from File Systems --> Partition Types
> The strange thing is that this only seems to be necessary when root is
> formatted as an XFS partition. If I format it, e.g., as ext3, then I can
> boot with a 2.6.4 kernel that does not have these two options set. With
> 2.6.3, they don't need to be set.
Silly question, but do you have a separate partition for /boot, or is it
sitting off of / in the root partition?
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