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This is a discussion on (none) - Kernel ; Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400 From: Bill Davidsen >Yudha Harimantoro T wrote: >> Hi all, >> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got >> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it. >> >> ...

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    Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400
    From: Bill Davidsen


    >Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >> Hi all,
    >> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got
    >> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it.
    >>
    >> I build with `make oldconfig` and answer any question with default answer, I just press [enter].
    >> I build with `make`. No error and all compiled.
    >> Then I install with `make modules_install` and `make install`.
    >>


    > I realize that this is a low-probability thought, but did you:
    > - apply the patch against 2.6.26 NOT 2.6.26.6

    Yup, I've did it.
    > - run make clean before applying the patch

    I still need this for a pure 2.6.26? I'll try this.

    >> After reboot the system I got 'kernel panic'.
    >> This is the error picture :
    >> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101358.jpg
    >> Is it a bugs?
    >>
    >> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101353.jpg [2.6.26.6 run well]


    > I keep configs in a separate place. I would first copy a 2.6.26 tree to a new directory (cp -rl linux-2.6.26 linux2.6.27) then be sure I had a clean copy with "make distclean" (or "make mrproper") and then apply the 2.6.27 patch. Then I would copy the 2.6.26 (or maybe 2.6.26.6) config to .config, and make the oldconfig.
    > None of that is magic, it just keeps me from making common mistakes, lets me start with a clean 2.6.27, etc, etc.
    > You mentioned oldconfig, but not starting back with a clean 2.6.26, which made me think of this.

    Hm, I `cp /boot/config .config` in new kernel tree [2.6.27] for the
    config. Do I make mistakes?

    > --
    > Bill Davidsen



    Yudha_HT
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  2. Re:

    Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    > Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400
    > From: Bill Davidsen
    >
    >
    >
    >> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >>
    >>> Hi all,
    >>> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got
    >>> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it.
    >>>
    >>> I build with `make oldconfig` and answer any question with default answer, I just press [enter].
    >>> I build with `make`. No error and all compiled.
    >>> Then I install with `make modules_install` and `make install`.
    >>>
    >>>

    >
    >
    >> I realize that this is a low-probability thought, but did you:
    >> - apply the patch against 2.6.26 NOT 2.6.26.6
    >>

    > Yup, I've did it.
    >
    >> - run make clean before applying the patch
    >>

    > I still need this for a pure 2.6.26? I'll try this.
    >
    >
    >>> After reboot the system I got 'kernel panic'.
    >>> This is the error picture :
    >>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101358.jpg
    >>> Is it a bugs?
    >>>
    >>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101353.jpg [2.6.26.6 run well]
    >>>

    >
    >
    >> I keep configs in a separate place. I would first copy a 2.6.26 tree to a new directory (cp -rl linux-2.6.26 linux2.6.27) then be sure I had a clean copy with "make distclean" (or "make mrproper") and then apply the 2.6.27 patch. Then I would copy the 2.6.26 (or maybe 2.6.26.6) config to .config, and make the oldconfig.
    >> None of that is magic, it just keeps me from making common mistakes, lets me start with a clean 2.6.27, etc, etc.
    >> You mentioned oldconfig, but not starting back with a clean 2.6.26, which made me think of this.
    >>

    > Hm, I `cp /boot/config .config` in new kernel tree [2.6.27] for the
    > config. Do I make mistakes?
    >


    No, I was just noting that I try to start oldconfig with a known working
    config, to reduce the number of choices and possible errors. I wasn't
    sure if you did that, so I mentioned it.

    --
    Bill Davidsen
    "Woe unto the statesman who makes war without a reason that will still
    be valid when the war is over..." Otto von Bismark


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    This morning I run `make mrproper` in the kernel tree and rebuild. But
    it make the kernel panic at 9 s, with the same error.

    Maybe I'll get the 2.6.27 from the kernel.org now.

    Thx,

    Yudha_HT

    2008/10/11, Bill Davidsen :
    > Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >> Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400
    >> From: Bill Davidsen
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Hi all,
    >>>> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got
    >>>> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it.
    >>>>
    >>>> I build with `make oldconfig` and answer any question with default
    >>>> answer, I just press [enter].
    >>>> I build with `make`. No error and all compiled.
    >>>> Then I install with `make modules_install` and `make install`.
    >>>>
    >>>>

    >>
    >>
    >>> I realize that this is a low-probability thought, but did you:
    >>> - apply the patch against 2.6.26 NOT 2.6.26.6
    >>>

    >> Yup, I've did it.
    >>
    >>> - run make clean before applying the patch
    >>>

    >> I still need this for a pure 2.6.26? I'll try this.
    >>
    >>
    >>>> After reboot the system I got 'kernel panic'.
    >>>> This is the error picture :
    >>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101358.jpg
    >>>> Is it a bugs?
    >>>>
    >>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101353.jpg
    >>>> [2.6.26.6 run well]
    >>>>

    >>
    >>
    >>> I keep configs in a separate place. I would first copy a 2.6.26 tree to a
    >>> new directory (cp -rl linux-2.6.26 linux2.6.27) then be sure I had a
    >>> clean copy with "make distclean" (or "make mrproper") and then apply the
    >>> 2.6.27 patch. Then I would copy the 2.6.26 (or maybe 2.6.26.6) config to
    >>> .config, and make the oldconfig.
    >>> None of that is magic, it just keeps me from making common mistakes, lets
    >>> me start with a clean 2.6.27, etc, etc.
    >>> You mentioned oldconfig, but not starting back with a clean 2.6.26, which
    >>> made me think of this.
    >>>

    >> Hm, I `cp /boot/config .config` in new kernel tree [2.6.27] for the
    >> config. Do I make mistakes?
    >>

    >
    > No, I was just noting that I try to start oldconfig with a known working
    > config, to reduce the number of choices and possible errors. I wasn't
    > sure if you did that, so I mentioned it.
    >
    > --
    > Bill Davidsen
    > "Woe unto the statesman who makes war without a reason that will still
    > be valid when the war is over..." Otto von Bismark
    >
    >
    >

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    Can you explain to me what the error means?
    I got the kernel panic with the
    http://kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v...2.6.27.tar.bz2

    ....
    Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found. Try passing init= option to
    kernel


    I still got the error.

    Best regards,
    Yudha_HT

    2008/10/13, Yudha Harimantoro T :
    > This morning I run `make mrproper` in the kernel tree and rebuild. But
    > it make the kernel panic at 9 s, with the same error.
    >
    > Maybe I'll get the 2.6.27 from the kernel.org now.
    >
    > Thx,
    >
    > Yudha_HT
    >
    > 2008/10/11, Bill Davidsen :
    >> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >>> Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400
    >>> From: Bill Davidsen
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>> Hi all,
    >>>>> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got
    >>>>> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> I build with `make oldconfig` and answer any question with default
    >>>>> answer, I just press [enter].
    >>>>> I build with `make`. No error and all compiled.
    >>>>> Then I install with `make modules_install` and `make install`.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>> I realize that this is a low-probability thought, but did you:
    >>>> - apply the patch against 2.6.26 NOT 2.6.26.6
    >>>>
    >>> Yup, I've did it.
    >>>
    >>>> - run make clean before applying the patch
    >>>>
    >>> I still need this for a pure 2.6.26? I'll try this.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>> After reboot the system I got 'kernel panic'.
    >>>>> This is the error picture :
    >>>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101358.jpg
    >>>>> Is it a bugs?
    >>>>>
    >>>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101353.jpg
    >>>>> [2.6.26.6 run well]
    >>>>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>> I keep configs in a separate place. I would first copy a 2.6.26 tree to
    >>>> a
    >>>> new directory (cp -rl linux-2.6.26 linux2.6.27) then be sure I had a
    >>>> clean copy with "make distclean" (or "make mrproper") and then apply the
    >>>> 2.6.27 patch. Then I would copy the 2.6.26 (or maybe 2.6.26.6) config to
    >>>> .config, and make the oldconfig.
    >>>> None of that is magic, it just keeps me from making common mistakes,
    >>>> lets
    >>>> me start with a clean 2.6.27, etc, etc.
    >>>> You mentioned oldconfig, but not starting back with a clean 2.6.26,
    >>>> which
    >>>> made me think of this.
    >>>>
    >>> Hm, I `cp /boot/config .config` in new kernel tree [2.6.27] for the
    >>> config. Do I make mistakes?
    >>>

    >>
    >> No, I was just noting that I try to start oldconfig with a known working
    >> config, to reduce the number of choices and possible errors. I wasn't
    >> sure if you did that, so I mentioned it.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Bill Davidsen
    >> "Woe unto the statesman who makes war without a reason that will still
    >> be valid when the war is over..." Otto von Bismark
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >

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  5. Re:

    Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    > Can you explain to me what the error means?
    > I got the kernel panic with the
    > http://kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v...2.6.27.tar.bz2
    >
    > ....
    > Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found. Try passing init= option to
    > kernel

    >
    > I still got the error.
    >
    > Best regards,
    > Yudha_HT



    It literally means the kernel can't find /sbin/init, the first userspace program which starts everything else. It's a less common error - it's more common to fail to mount the root filesystem, e.g. because you forgot to enable e.g. ext3 or sata.

    My guess would be your kernel has mounted the wrong filesystem as root. Which device (partition etc) is your root filesystem on, and what boot options do you pass to the kernel?



    > 2008/10/13, Yudha Harimantoro T :
    >> This morning I run `make mrproper` in the kernel tree and rebuild. But
    >> it make the kernel panic at 9 s, with the same error.
    >>
    >> Maybe I'll get the 2.6.27 from the kernel.org now.
    >>
    >> Thx,
    >>
    >> Yudha_HT
    >>
    >> 2008/10/11, Bill Davidsen :
    >>> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >>>> Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 16:41:36 -0400
    >>>> From: Bill Davidsen
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>> Yudha Harimantoro T wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> Hi all,
    >>>>>> Yesterday I build kernel 2.6.26.6 and it's run well. Today I got
    >>>>>> 2.6.27 patch and try to build it.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> I build with `make oldconfig` and answer any question with default
    >>>>>> answer, I just press [enter].
    >>>>>> I build with `make`. No error and all compiled.
    >>>>>> Then I install with `make modules_install` and `make install`.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>> I realize that this is a low-probability thought, but did you:
    >>>>> - apply the patch against 2.6.26 NOT 2.6.26.6
    >>>>>
    >>>> Yup, I've did it.
    >>>>
    >>>>> - run make clean before applying the patch
    >>>>>
    >>>> I still need this for a pure 2.6.26? I'll try this.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>>> After reboot the system I got 'kernel panic'.
    >>>>>> This is the error picture :
    >>>>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101358.jpg
    >>>>>> Is it a bugs?
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> http://www.ryht.co.cc/wordpress/wp-c...0/pa101353.jpg
    >>>>>> [2.6.26.6 run well]
    >>>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>> I keep configs in a separate place. I would first copy a 2.6.26 tree to
    >>>>> a
    >>>>> new directory (cp -rl linux-2.6.26 linux2.6.27) then be sure I had a
    >>>>> clean copy with "make distclean" (or "make mrproper") and then apply the
    >>>>> 2.6.27 patch. Then I would copy the 2.6.26 (or maybe 2.6.26.6) config to
    >>>>> .config, and make the oldconfig.
    >>>>> None of that is magic, it just keeps me from making common mistakes,
    >>>>> lets
    >>>>> me start with a clean 2.6.27, etc, etc.
    >>>>> You mentioned oldconfig, but not starting back with a clean 2.6.26,
    >>>>> which
    >>>>> made me think of this.
    >>>>>
    >>>> Hm, I `cp /boot/config .config` in new kernel tree [2.6.27] for the
    >>>> config. Do I make mistakes?
    >>>>
    >>> No, I was just noting that I try to start oldconfig with a known working
    >>> config, to reduce the number of choices and possible errors. I wasn't
    >>> sure if you did that, so I mentioned it.
    >>>
    >>> --
    >>> Bill Davidsen
    >>> "Woe unto the statesman who makes war without a reason that will still
    >>> be valid when the war is over..." Otto von Bismark
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>


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