/dev/md126p8 mounted on /
/dev/md126p2 mounted on /boot/efi
I am able to boot into my new installation, however during the boot process I'm dumped into a recovery console. Once there, I can mount the root partition with:
mount /dev/md126p8 /new_root
Then I press ctrl+D twice, and it continues to boot normally.
How do I get it to mount this automatically?
Last edited by amckee (2013-01-21 19:56:20)
What bootloader do you use? What is in your bootloader config?
I am using rEFInd, as per:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/UE … ing_rEFInd
I'm not sure what configuration file you are asking for, can you specify?
In that case it would be the refind_linux.conf where you pass kernel parameters including the root partition.
Holy crap I totally missed that file in the guide. Once I set that file up (and removed a lot of testing initramfs files to simply things), it started working.
Thanks for the help! Now I just need to get rEFInd booting by default (I boot into a shell from a USB, then launch refind.efi) and I should be good to go.