On Sat, 15 Mar 2003 13:31:59 PST, "Randy.Dunlap" said:
> Yes, I'd say so, although the message could say something like:
> Kernel does not include a filesystem for / on this computer.
> And would it also have to check the capabilities of what's in the
> initrd? (not that I'm advocating any of this)
Well... the only time *I*'ve screwed it up was building with ext3 only,
having all ext3 filesystems on the disk, and watching Bad And Ugly things
happen when the ext2-format initrd tried to mount...
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