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Toshiba Satellite 2590XDVD
Celeron 400 MHz
6.4 GB Harddisk
Booting from CD with:
linux 2.0.36 (from kernel-image 2.0.36_2.0.36-3
lilo hangs with the following message:
lilo loading linux......
Disabling processor cache (in and external) will solve the problem
Just disabling external cache does not solve the problem.
At least booting with the "kernel-image scsi 184.108.40.206... is possible.
After installation the system hangs also on "lilo loading linux..........."
Is there any parameter which i can change so that the system will work with