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  1. Hi, I am attempting to install Funtoo Linux on a USB Thumb drive but during the boot, I'm greeted with a Kernel Panic. The thumb drive itself is not listed among the available devices which may hold file system with a bootable OS. This is although the running kernel has been selected from a menu provided by grub installed on the drive. I have attempted to cover my bases in the kernel choosing as many USB options as seem sensible, please see the attached. Please suggest how to proceed, thank you. -- Kind regards Stephen. P.s. Nudge. config.txt
  2. I need help with fixing 100% reproducible kernel panic on my laptop. This occurs either if I boot my laptop without connected power cord or if I disconnect power cord from already booted laptop. Because of this I think that issue somehow related to the power management system. My kernel is gentoo-sources-3.15.1: Linux localhost 3.15.1-gentoo #1 SMP Wed Jun 25 21:29:18 EEST 2014 x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3110M CPU @ 2.40GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux But this issue reproducible with older kernels as well. In boot time panic accours when "populationg udev events". I'm using eudev: [I
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