Re: Hurd on my i486 won't boot
>>>>> Adam Sampson writes:
AS> I then do:
AS> kernel=/boot/gnumach root=hd0s3 -s
>> > After this, my Num Lock light goes off and everything freezes;
>> > it doesn't try to read from the hard disk.
If you don't see any gnumach messages, then it's probably a GRUB bug.
If you know how to make your own boot floppy, I suggest you try making
one from the latest Debian GRUB package. Otherwise, feel free to wait
for a few days, when I'll be able to release new boot floppies that
use the latest GRUB.
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