I just had RedHat 7.1 - (c4eb 2.0) installed on a fresh second hard
drive. My main hard drive is running Win 2000. I'm using a Thinkpad
T20. During the install, I had to replace my main drive with the
second hard drive, because I had to use the Ultrabay slot for the
install boot disk. Currently, I'm using the linux drive (second
drive) in the Ultrabay slot, so I don't have to keep swapping the
drives inside the laptop. This is where my problem occurs. I try to
boot linux from the Ultrabay slot, but I get the "Kernel panic: VFS:
Unable to mount root fs on 03:01" message. However, if I take out my
main Win 2000 drive and replace it with the linux drive, the linux
system will boot fine. I'm extremely green when it comes to linux and
any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!!