Re: Kernel 2.2
On Thu, 4 Feb 1999, Jeff Katcher wrote:
> My Experience with 2.2.1 is limited, however, I have compiled it. I
> have not managed to get one of my compiled kernels to boot. I use the
> vmlinux in the root /usr/src/linux and copy it to / . When I boot from
> the image it starts to boot normally, however when it gets to the point
> where it starts to load modules (it goes by too fast to know exactly
> where), it starts to produce MANY screens of Junk? it looks like some
> kind of error messages when I ctr+alt+del (I get about 1 sec to read a
> full screen of text) does anyone know what i am doing wrong?
I'm not sure that the vmlinux image in /usr/src/linux is bad, but
I've always used /usr/src/linux/arch/alpha/boot/vmlinux.gz generated by a
"make boot". I thought this was just a compressed version of the one
you're using, but maybe there's more to it than that.