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This test succeeds on amd64, i, and ppc64el. Drag cover to reposition.

Hi NeddySeagoon, Apologies, I should have detailed my disk setup in the first place. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

I looked over the net for some hints, but i wan’t able to find a solution. This looks like an initramfs issue rather than a kernel issue. What this test does is build the image, then run kpartx to map the partitions in the image, and then mount the partitions. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on It’s only got a serial console, and I was having trouble booting Gentoo off USB with a cut-down kernel and serial console support. After aith successful compile restart the system for changes to take effect.


If you run the same command as root on amd64, it works. View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours. I’ve a number of RAID modules some no doubt unnecessary included in the. This compels you to use an initrd.

So thanks again, and Best Regards, Rob. Its not clear if you have an initrd and if you have, if its loading.

lilo device-mapper warning

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LVM problems, device-mapper missing. No such device mount: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. There is a new Zesty regression on armhf, related to the autopkgtest device-mappee ubuntu-image.

I do not see how you are invoking Lilo, but kwrnel where could that message come from that would be in common with Lilo error messages? Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Mon Dec 28, I finally managed to figure out what was wrong.


Rambling around foo: [help] kernel: same config as debian, but mine doesn’t boot

Mon Dec 28, 9: I managed to install grub2 and the initramfs fails to find the root because it can’t find the “st” volume group. John is also a professional in security, application deployment, performance and too applications.

Thats done the trick thanks NeddySeagoon. Tell the kernel to use that.

It seems lil the device-mapper was made optional sometime in the 2. Here’s a log of a recent run: This is probably a regression only on armhf, so the logs generated on amd64 won’t be helpful. It’s never passed on sx so that’s not a regression. Forget Username Reset Password.

I think we know almost the entire story now. If you have an armhf device with an up-to-date Zesty, can you please check?