Hang on reboot after installing kernel
shaggy at loxinfo.co.th
Wed Sep 20 06:17:58 PDT 2000
Yes, you are right. It is a 486DX4, 12 MB RAM Not sure of clock speed.
The computer was a cast-away I picked up for the equivalent of US$25
and added a newer VESA I/O card, 6MB HDD and VGA monochrome
monitor). The HDD is the only "new" item, i.e. bought brand-new within
the last 12 months.
So how do I remedy this? Something to do with compiling the kernel?
At 14:56 20/9/00 +0200, you wrote:
>On Wed, Sep 20, 2000 at 05:37:19PM +0700, Shaggy Im-erbtham wrote:
>> Kernel panic: Kernel cmpiles for Pentium+, requires TSC
>> In swapper task - not syncing
>> I followed the instructions to the letter. What could be wrong?
>What kind of processor do you have? This kernel hangs on switching to
>real mode. It seems to be compiled for a pentium pro - you don't have
>this one, do you?
>Linux, of course, cannot use such excuses because under Linux -
>"if something is possible in principle, then it is already
>implemented or somebody is working on it".
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