I had an old machine running Debian with software raid over a 5 Gig and
a 6 Gig drive (yes go on, laugh).
I went to upgrade to Dapper Server. The install went fine but when I
took out the CD and went to reboot into the system I get the following:
Booting `Ubuntu, kernel 2.6.15-23-server'
Filesystem type unknown , partition type 0xfd
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-server root=/dev/md1 ro quiet splash
Error 17: Cannot mount selected partition
Just to rule out the (unlikely) possibility of the partitions/raid
created with Debian not being compatible with Dapper I deleted and
recreated them a few times while re-installing Dapper.
Results: no change.
My suspicions were that one of the drives died while running Debian and
I didn't notice due to the raid. However, they both seem to be
Can anyone enlighten me here.
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