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Re: kernels I build just won't boot, what's the trick?

The "Use SRM as bootloader" option was already disabled.

On Thu, 13 Dec 2001, Doug Larrick wrote:

> > However, taking the 2.2.20 source and the config
> > file associated with the generic image, changing only the
> > subarchitecture (?) from generic to lx164, gives a kernel
> > which just won't boot.  No problems compiling, fortunately,
> > but MILO just complains that the kernel can't be booted, period.
> You need to disable "Use SRM as bootloader."  I believe a generic kernel 
> can boot from either SRM or MILO, but machine-specific kernels need this 
> option set properly.
> -Doug
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