kernel panic, etc.

Donal Farrell 0161977 at student.ul.ie
Wed Apr 13 10:50:52 PDT 2005


Thanks guys. I managed to get it working by recompiling in chroot (after
4 attempts) everything boots fine (for the moment!!)

Thanks again

Donal 







On Wed, 2005-04-13 at 18:30, Ken Moffat wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Andrew Benton wrote:
> 
> > Donal Farrell wrote:
> > > Now I tried going back into chroot and compiling again like we were
> > > shown in LFS chapter 8 (kernel ) {LFS vs 6.0 linux-2.6.8.1} I get the
> > > same kernel panic message. Is there anything I can do in either chroot
> > > or by magic in LFS to correct this or am I destined for a complete
> > > rebuild?? Thanks in advance for any help.
> > >
> > You should be able to recompile the kernel in chroot. Do you have a known-good kernel
> > config to use? The question is why are you getting the kernel panic? If you build the
> > same kernel for LFS as you're using on your host and get a panic in LFS and not on
> > your host then the kernel isn't the source of the problem.
> >
> 
> If Donal doesn't have a known good .config, maybe the best bet is to
> compile a kernel on the host, install it, save the .config, and then
> boot and test it.  Repeat until it does everything necessary, then go
> back into chroot and copy the .config over.  Potentially tedious, but it
> breaks the problem down.
> 
> Ken
> -- 
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