Hang on reboot after installing kernel
shaggy at loxinfo.co.th
Wed Sep 20 06:43:54 PDT 2000
I will try again with "make menuconfig"
However, an academic question: I had used "make oldconfig" which I understand
keeps the old configs. So if the kernel could boot then (old kernel with
why couldn't it boot now (new kernel with old config)?
Any way, I'll go ahead and recompile with "make menuconfig". I'm shuddering
Thanks all for your inputs.
At 15:27 20/9/00 +0200, you wrote:
>Shaggy Im-erbtham wrote:
>> 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?
>Yes, if you use "make menuconfig" one of the first options should read
>Processor type and features. Enter that one and adjust Processor family
>to the apropiate type (i486)
>btw BogoMips are an internal Delay loop the kernel uses,
> you can use it as a kind of benchmark i think because the faster
> the higher the value.
>> 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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