On Fri, 2006-02-24 at 16:20 +0000, Kevin Philp wrote:
> I was running Ubuntu Breezy on an AMD64 and recently tried to upgrade to
> Dapper by:
>> 1. Changing the sources.list to point to the Heanet Dapper files
>> 2. aptitude update && aptitude dist-upgrade
>> It seemed to run OK and after about an hour of downloading files, crunching
> away and asking about 3 questions it finished. Then when I rebooted it bombed
> claiming it couldn't find /dev/hda2 which is the root partition.
The exact same thing happened to me, apart from my root being /dev/sda2.
I was able to boot using the -386 kernels I tried, but any of the 686
ones resulted in the above message.
There is something very wrong in the upgrade path from Breezy to Drapper
I messed around with it for a few hours then backed up my config
settings and installed Drapper from cd. Everythings going much more
smoothly now :)
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