Description of Problem:
After bug #60134, I booted the system with a rescue cd I made. I moved the boot directory
to '/blah', symlinked boot to boot0, mounted sda1 & sdb1 as boot0 and boot1, copied all
files from /blah (cp -a blah boot0). I ran "lilo -r ." and rebooted. The system recognised lilo
but fails with the above kernel panic. I did not change the lilo.conf from the created one.
I tried changing the lilo.conf file to boot=/dev/sda (i have 11 other systems like that) and ran
lilo with 'lilo -r ." again. Rebooted, same error -- No init found.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Every time I reboot it fails.
Steps to Reproduce:
Er... bugzilla ate that.
Do you have an initrd line in your lilo.conf?
Yes, I deleted the message line.
Is the SCSI driver getting properly loaded from the initrd?
Closing due to inactivity, please reopen if you contine to have problems.
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.