Re: Right, so compiling my own kernel has b0rked my iMac. (was Help compiling a kernel for iMac rev B)
Shyamal Prasad wrote:
"Chris" == Chris Doherty <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
You really are having all the luck....;-)
All of it bad, yah...
Chris> such file or directory (initrd.img.old if I try to boot the
Chris> old kernel).
Is your root partition /dev/hda4 then?
I think so, but all I can remember at the moment is that there's an
Apple boot partition and a swap partition ahead of the root. So maybe not.
Did the stock Debian kernel ever work?
Worked fine and dandy up until the reboot.
Could you post your /etc/yaboot.conf?
If I can rescue the box first, sure :-)
Alternatively boot with debian installer, switch to a shell, mount the
disk and examine it to see what went wrong. If you mount at
I think that's my best bet at this point. Will update you all as the
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