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Re: [Xen-users] VFS: insert root floppy and press ENTER

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  • Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 09:20:55 +0100
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> The kernel doesn't find the root file system.
> Is your root file system on NFS?
> Do you specify it on the kernel's command line?

No, my root file system is on a ext3 partition...

> Also - the mentioning of "update-grub" makes me suspect that this is a
> Debian system, if so then I'd recommend using kernel-package to build a
> "proper" debian package for the kernel.

Yes, I'm on a Debian system.
I follower a great howto on howtoforge.com.
How I can use kernel-package to compile the xen0 and xenU kernels?

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