Re: kernel-image-2.6.6-1-generic problems
The libc upgrade did work and I got a lot farther, but then I saw a
"Kernel bug" scroll past on the screen and then later a continuous
stream of "System error"s flew by somehow related to the ethernet setup.
So as Steve suggested I am now back to the kernel-images from
however I am still getting a bunch of unaligned traps from
depmod.modprobe and then an occasional "unresolved symbols" message.
Steve Langasek wrote:
On Mon, Jun 21, 2004 at 01:40:05PM -0400, Rob Dupcak wrote:
Last night I tried to install kernel-image-2.6.6-1-generic, but ran
1) While installing (apt-get install kernel-image-2.6.6-1-generic), I
saw a handful of unaligned trap errors from depmod. However
completed just fine after that. (As far as I know). Is this even a
2) While booting, I got a message such as "RAMDISK too large!", then
couldn't mount a root filesystem and then panic'ed.
I had this last problem with 2.6.5-1-generic too.
Any suggestions for what I'm screwing up? Or how I can resolve the
If the libc problem isn't it, you may simply need to increase your
allowed initrd size on the kernel commandline. This can be done with
the ramdisk_size=xxxxx option in your /etc/aboot.conf.
Should I just stick with the kernel images at:
This is on an LX164 system.
You may find that these kernels are necessary anyway on an LX164 system,
but this is unrelated to the problem you're currently fighting with.