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subtlelotus

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  1. Maybe someone can point me toward's what to look for ? Since I'm booting up to the point where it's looking for the NVME and I have access to BusyBox, where am I in the boot process ? would that still be in the grub domain ? From what I gather, after the grub selection and the computer is loading modules it doesn't load the nvme before is searches for root. I would like to document the whole process for Funtoo as well. From all the searching that I've done on NVME Gentoo/Linux I only found a handful of solutions that seem specific to the user, distro, or model of computer. I've not
  2. Hello Oleg, On the debian-sources kernel config, I turned both of these from their original <M> into <*> Device Drivers -> NVM Express block device File Systems -> The Extended 4 (ext4) filesystems Note: Before touching the kernel I tried the original kernel I had from the instructions from funtoo.org/install. I assume the original kernel also had both as <M>. The same message comes up at boot before and after compiling the kernel. Thanks
  3. Oh - I tried booting all three of these default kernels in grub, plus the 4.5.x that I compiled: - kernel-debian-sources-x86_64-4.4.6-1 - kernel-debian-sources-x86_64-4.5.2-1 - kernel-debian-sources-x86_64-3.19.3-1~exp1
  4. Hello Everyone. My first post ^^. Let me know if there's a special formatting that I ought to follow. Kernel: Linux sysresccd 4.1.20-alt472-amd64 #2 SMP Sat Mar 19 13:39:36 UTC 2016 x86_64 Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1505M v5 @ 2.80GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux I have a Dell Precision 7710 with a NVME SSD and Skylake. Been trying for 1.5 weeks to get Gentoo installed but can only get to the same error step that I get with Funtoo. Been curious about Funtoo and saw it had boot-update which I thought might fix the issue. After I select the Funtoo kernel on the grub menu it starts loading modules
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