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Default Problem in new kernel


I've just make a new kernal on SUSE 10.2 following the 'how to make a kernel on SUSE' guide.

All seemed to go well. However, when I reboot I can chooses the new kernel. Straight after this I get the message 'waiting for /dev/sda6 to appear'. After a few seconds I get a $ prompt.

My old kernel boots of sda6 with no problem & I can't see why my new kernel won't boot as it was based on the old kernel .config.

Thanks in advance for all your help, it'll be much appreciated,

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