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It looks like you are using grub-legacy on ubuntu and this is the bootloader used at boot. This error is returned if the specified file name cannot be found, but everything else (like the disk/partition info) is OK. Frequently, the error notes a missing kernel image file. Make sure that the file it is referring to exists on your boot partition. So the ...


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I think, the problem is with root (hd0,0). You said that this is a sdb, so try uncoment your root... and set it to root (hd1,0)


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I would've expected emerge --search to provide this functionality, alas it only seems to show latest version. $ [-] emerge --search eix Searching... [ Results for search key : eix ] [ Applications found : 1 ] * app-portage/eix Latest version available: 0.29.3 Latest version installed: 0.29.3 Size of files: 536 kB Homepage: ...


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Ok, the problem was solved following advice given in Gentoo forums. That advice was to make the kernel manually instead of using genkernel. This worked perfectly, the first time. cd /usr/src/linux make menuconfig make && make modules_install cp arch/x86_64/boot/bzImage /boot mv /boot/bzImage /boot/whatever_kernel_filename genkernel --install ...


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If you look in /etc/lvm/lvm.conf, there is a devices { ... } section. You probably need to adjust the filter to accept /dev/mapper/root as a valid location. The easiest filter would be to accept all devices: filter = [ "a/.*/" ]. You could also accept only the device you're interested in: filter = [ "a|^/dev/mapper/root$|", "r/.*/" ]. Your initramfs ...



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