Kernel panic unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(1 0)

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Kernel panic unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(1 0)

Postby CrimEve » 26. Sep 2021, 11:52

Hi guys, I'm trying to install Kwort (CRUX based) on a VM but I keep getting this error.
Back in the days, I used to solve this by turning on "virtualization" in BIOS, but now is already on (I'm on W10 Home, so no Hyper-V enabled). What can I try to do?

I put on attachments the log and a screenshot of the error.

Edit: for the sake of trying, I booted ArcoLinux and it gave me this error: "initramfs unpacking failed". So, I tried upgrading ram used (from 512mb to 1700mb) and now it works. Then, I booted Kwort but kernel panic persist.
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Re: Kernel panic unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(1 0)

Postby scottgus1 » 26. Sep 2021, 14:27

I don't see anything wrong with the 'hardware' in the VM, and it seems the attached screenshot shows an OS error not a Virtualbox error. This would probably have to be solved using Kwort's help channels. Interestingly, Kwort's FAQ has an entry on hangs during installation.
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