On 9 January 2011 13:45, Paul Richards <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 9 January 2011 12:37, Pascal Hambourg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Paul Richards a écrit :
>>> I figured out how to add crc32 to the initramfs, but unfortunately I
>>> get the same error. *It's unfortunate that the error message does not
>>> tell me which symbol is missing, as perhaps including another modulre
>>> in the initramfs would help.
>> Did you look at the output of dmesg as the message suggested ?
>> The initramfs should start a shell after failing to mount the root
>> filesystem (be patient, this may take some time).
>> In the installer/rescue shell, you could also check the module
>> dependency with lsmod.
> I tried this procedure again but used a shotgun approach to picking
> which extra modules to put into the initramfs.
> From the installer VT (at step 3 in my procedure above) I executed:
> lsmod | sed 's%[ ].*$%%' >> /etc/initramfs-tools/modules
> This has probably led to a bloated ramfs, but the system now boots
> with btrfs as the root filesystem.
> Thanks everyone for your help.
A simpler solution appears to be installing 'btrfs-tools' during
install. This package drags in some initramfs-tools magic that
causes the correct modules to be put into the initramfs.
This is far more elegant than hacking /etc/initramfs-tools/modules
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