At the BusyBox terminal type the command:
then press ctrl+D to resume the boot. See post #8 for more info on this. If this doesn't work follow orginal instructions....
My wild stab in the dark:
At the second yaboot prompt type
That is assuming you have a standard Ubuntu install on partition 3. If you are dual-booting then you may have linux installed on another partition.
There are various ways you can setup a yaboot.conf to point to root http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...9&postcount=10
You could also try setting the root value using the UUID number.
I think there has been some sort of renaming thing going off so hda3 maybe now sda3?
Will it boot if you type at the second yaboot prompt:
This will be a temporary fix using the 11.04 kernel. However, once you receive a kernel package update through the Update Manager the 'old' will link to a 11.10 kernel.