Try try again
Ok, after hurd failed to start up, I stripped my machine (including turning
off stuff in the bios) so that I only had 1 IDE bus, a hard drive, a
floppy, a keyboard, and a video card. Hurd still didn't start. It stopped
at the same place (well except it didn't detect the serial ports because
they were disabled)
I am using the lastest tarball pointed to in the "Install hurd from linux"
page. (dated something like march 2000), but I had this same problem last
Has anyone had any similar experience?
Hurd doesn't crash at startup, it just stops. Is there anyway I can drop
into a kernel debugger to see whats up? I don't know any asm, so I don't
know how much I could learn, but it would be more than I know now.
Daniel S Rogers