On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 3:46 PM, schoappied wrote:
So if I'm understanding this correctly, and likely I'm not, then you
get through grub and then the kernel fails to understand your hard
drive. If you are using ext2/ext3 drive formatting then why are you
building ext3 support as a module? It's not large and is useful or
even needed during boot. I think you should consider building ext2/3
support into the kernel.
I've never seen the libgcrypt messages myself. Did you use some sort
of encrypted file system? Or is this because you're including some
encryption support in the kernel?
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