Mine fails every time with Device devsda3 not found (or ignored by filtering). Brandon Mar 21 '16 at 18: 42 the partprobe step was what fixed it for me I'd just shutdown my vmware VM, extended the disk, booted up and added the partition with 'fdisk Dec 04, 2013 Opensuse 12.
3 Poweredge 1850 resume device devsda1 not found ignoring waiting for device devroot to apear. could not find devroot I have looked to attempt to find a answer to this, i have not been able to.
Oct 17, 2005 waiting for device to appear boot problem Dear all, Sorry if this is an obvious question, but I have the following appearing in the detail console when trying to boot suse 9. 3 from an external usb drive.
Apr 24, 2013 It seems the kernel is looking for disk that are not created during the process of installation. swap in devsda1(2. 1GB), in devsda2(rest of 0. 5TB). Moving the DVD device from the top of the list does not help it to find the drive. Cannot boot OpenSuse 12 after cloning disk due to byid access to the disk Hi all, today I tried to clone a pc with OpenSuse12 using Clonezilla as cloning solution.
May 19, 2010 devsda1 ext3 0 1 The quick workaround for" resume: could not stat the resume device file" is to remove the uswsusp Userspace Suspend package so it doesn't look for a hibernation image during boot. The correct fix is to configure uswsusp to look for the swap device by its volume label, not its device waiting for device devsda1 to appear. not found Fatal module vmwpvscsi not found Fatal module mptspi not found Fatal module atageneric not found creating device nodes with udev.
resume device not found ignoring waiting for decvice devsda1 to appear. Mar 28, 2013 Re: [SOLVED devroot is not a valid block device Solved, thanks, everybody for your time. The problem was that I didn't have the udev hook mkinitcpio. conf, added that and it works.