VFS ... is usually because the kernel isn't set to look for root on the
correct partition. Try using lilo params
LILO: vmlinuz root=/dev/hda1
or some such, add the root line to the lilo.conf and rerun lilo
that *should* do the job ... different machine, same Hard Drive, right ?
> -----Original Message-----
>> and a message about VFS unable to mount root (or something to
> that effect... not on screen now).
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