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Using a custom name for root device in GRUB

I'm working on old distro ( slackware 8.1 ) using a kernel 2.4.37.9 and I have the following problem. I want to use a custom name for boot device, say for example /dev/root1, which can replace the ...
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Red Hat Kernel Upgrade problem

I'm using a Red Hat 4 Enterprise Linux. But, when I upgrade the kernel, an error occurred. And after, when computer is booting with new kernel (red hat enterprıse 2.6.9-100.el), I receive the ...