Well, i tried, i tried to make my kernel work by editing the config.
but i did something wrong
coz now the computer starts but when i do lsmod i get nothing exept the
"modules used by" etc
So i tried to compile a new, but it wont find root..
i had /dev/drives/drive0/part6 on the other one so i tried the same, didnt work
then i tried LABEL=ARCH , didnt work. Now I have no idea how to do.
A bit difficult to work out what you're doing but:
1) "i tried to make my kernel work by editing the config"
What wasn't working?
2) You can make a new kernel, which route are you following in:
It didnt load any modules, so i thought it was the kernel...
make -s clean bzImage modules modules_install install
But what i think is weird is that the kernel seems to work but it wont find the root partition.
Automatic module loading is done by hotplug. To enable it add "hotplug" to DAEMONS in rc.conf.
i know i know i know! I have added ndiswrapper to manually loaded modules!
it worked fine before i started messing with the kernel
OK, have you got a separate /boot partition? If you compiled the file system for the root partition as a module, change it to be compiled as part of the kernel.
well i got it working now.
started with the arch cd, mounted / to mnt/root and did chroot then i did pacman -fS kernel26