Hi

Thanks a lot for your mail. As I have missed to select the
option realted to UBD device in Block device while compiling.
Now the problem is get solved.

Rahul.

On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 M A Young wrote :
>On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Rahul Deshmukh wrote:
>
> >I am facing the problem of "Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs" I
> >am not getting what is the solution for the problem.As I have gone
> >through mailing as well got solution as to give root=/dev/ubd/0 . But
> >that thing is also not working.
>
>root=/dev/ubd/0 is for when you have devfs enabled. One of /dev/ubd0
>/dev/ubda or 98:0 should work (assuming you do have a root image called
>root_fs).
>
>      Michael Young



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