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LVM causes kernel 2.6.0 panic



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I was setting up a test pc to check if I finally could get my USB2 Iomega HD 
working under linux. Unfortunatly I couldn't and I was wondering if it should 
work after installing kernel-2.6.0-1.21.i686.rpm.
(from 
http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/development/i386/Fedora/RPMS/)

After a reboot, I got the following message:

VFS: mounted root (ext2 filesystem)
Red Hat nash version 3.5.14 starting
Loading jbd.ko module
Loading ext3.ko module
mounting /proc filesystem
creating block devices
scanning logical volumes

vgscan -- LVM driver(module not loaded?)

I haven't posted it yet on bugzilla, because I'm not sure if I did it the good 
way. I configured my hd with LVM, installed the Severn beta (so not core 1!) 
and then I downloaded and installed that kernel rpm.
Was this the good way (if so, then I'll submit a bugreport), or did I also had 
to install some other components that should let LVM works?

Best regards,

Gregory


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