AHHHH! I've changed my grub to boot from the udev scheme, I have windows on 10g and then 222mb for swap space, and then Arch with 30g. I can't boot anymore, and I'm normally able to just switch the naming and it loads right up, but nothing I'm doing is working. PLEASE I REALLY NEED HELP WITH THIS!
did you already "migrate udev" ?
What message do you get when the boot fails? Is it "Kernel panic: cannot sync (blah blah blah)", or something else?
WHY DON'T YOU ASK BEFORE DOING THAT IF YOU ARE UNSECURE AND WHY YOU SHOUT AFTERWARDS AND WHY DON'T YOU TELL ANYTHING ABOUT THE SYSTEM WETHER IT IS IDE OR WHAT AND WHICH OS USES WHICH ORDERED PARTITION
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If I was you I would probably already be asking these questions on Vector's or Frugalware's site.
You can get help really fast on this site if you provide details regarding the problem you are having. If you just say I'm having a problem don't expect much (on this site or any other site).
What did your menu.lst look like before and what does it look like now? Is this an issue with a kernel upgrade? etc.
This is the best distro I have ever used but people do tend to jump all over you. I just change my forum ID once in a while to get a fresh start.
yeah it's the can't sync error, sorry for not being so descriptive.
I'm not sure how to migrate udev
at first, you have to check, if udev is installed:
pacman -Qi udev
if not, get it by pacman -S udev... then
as root, type into a commandline:
when you changed the naming scheme in your menu.lst, booting should work...
you can do all this by booting into your arch-system with the install cd and chrooting your /