Kernel version problem
- Subject: Kernel version problem
- From: gfwp at ticino.com (Giorgio Fernando Walfrid Pioda)
- Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 14:46:25 +0100
- Message-id: <20071110134625.GA5188@local.lan>
I'm triing to use a geode-optimized custom kernel but debian-live
doesn't build a working usb-hdd image (the image doesn't boot and I
get the 'vmlinuz not found' error). Is it mandatory to have a -486 kernel?
I've seen that in the lh_binary phase the only thing that goes wrong
(without blocking the generation of the image) is that at some point a
vmlinuz*-486 is searched....
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