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Bug#502550: System starts with 486 Kernel

Peter <peter@zorbas.de> writes:

> Am Montag, den 20.10.2008, 10:19 -0200 schrieb Otavio Salvador:
>> ... It is a kernel issue, no doubt however I'm unsure
>> why it happens. A good guess is to install linux-image-2.6.26-1-486
>> and try to boot using this.
> Oi Otavio,
> As you suggested I installed the 486 version and system starts. Muito
> obrigado,

Cool. So please send a full log of the booting with both kernels. If
you have a null-modem cabe available, you might use a serial console
to grab all possible information on the problematic one.

Another nice suggestion is to try to find out a boot param that make
it to work, that could give a nice hint about where the problem is.

De nada ;-)

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