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  1. kernel can't find / (root)

    Funtoo boot with uuid from USB 3.0 drive. But still dont boot from the hdd of this notebook that is one eMMC drive.
  2. kernel can't find / (root)

    Ehi, I have tried with uuid, and it do not work. With just /boot and / in legacymode, kernel don't find root.
  3. kernel can't find / (root)

    Hi guys, (first of all, I'm sorry for my bad english) I'm new here, and I have some problem right now. I have installed funtoo on (acer cloudbook11 intel celeron n3050, 2gb ram) 5hours and after that it dosn't start, because kernel don't find Root. 1) I want to know if I have to use uuid (and how I can find it while installing and if I need to generate another kernel or if the default debian is ready to read uuid and not /dev/sda option). I have formatted and installed antergos to see fstab that the software has generated and while I was doing that trough the liveusb, just to be sure I have mounted the drive to see fstab on funtoo installation and it was just like lsblk output that you see in the screeshot (but without uuid): you see that my notebook have one sd/mmc , so when I wrote the fstab it was like. /dev/mmcblk0p1 vfat /boot /dev/mmcblk0p3 ext4 / 2) the other doubt is, maybe I dont need to use uuid but just to generate tone kernel that can read from sd/mmc (because one thing that I have noticed and I dont know if is important is that when I tried gentoo hybrid live, the sistem don't even see my hdd so when I wrote lsblk on terminal the output was just /dev/sda (that was the usb drive)) I know that the debian kernel is a different one. but like I said, I don't know. here my screenshot and here the antergos fstab automatically generated 3) if I do not change partition table, but just use mkfs.vfat and mkfs.ext4 the uuid will be the same?? 4) The last option that I have is that something go wrong during installation and grub was sure that there wans't one installation, because I also noticed that antergos don't ask me if I want to install the system alongside the other. so I ask you this before to try another installation, cause of the long time my notebook need to compile, I want be sure to log in after reboot, so if tell me that kernel can read some like /dev/mmcblk0p3 thank you guys.