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mount: mounting /dev/sda5 on /newroot failed...

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1) Control The file /etc/fstab and adjust it if not correct!

 

2) is a UEFI + GPTGUID system or old BIOS/MBR system ?

 

3) control the /etc/boot.conf

 

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If doesn't run, could you kindly post

 

# parted -l

 

with the description of the destination of each partition ?

 

If You want I can enter with ssh (port 22).

 

Tell me !!!

 

 

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this is the mine

 

sandro@cit4771ht ~ $ cat /etc/boot.conf
boot {
        generate grub
        default "Windows 10 x64"
        timeout 3
}

"Windows 10 x64" {
        type win8
        params root=/dev/sda1
}

"Funtoo Linux genkernel" {
        kernel kernel[-v]
        initrd initramfs[-v]
        params += real_root=auto rootfstype=auto
}
 

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You can also indicates the real_root=/dev/sda5 (if /dev/sda5 is the root)

Or You can make real_root=UUID=xfghjkfhdgshetcetc

 

For the right UUId you can make :

# blkid -g && blkid

 

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I wish to have spoked simple ......

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