On Tue, 09 Nov 1999, David Reviejo wrote:
> There are two solutions that I know of:
> 1) apply a patch, which flushes the cache. Unfortunately this
> causes other machines to crash so is not universally applicable
> (hence the tecra disks being segragated from the mainstream)
> 2) build a zimage, rather than bzimage kernel. This seems to get
> round the problem. use the --zimage option to make-kpkg, or even
> set this as the default in /etc/kernel-pkg.conf.
> If this is your problem, the kernel image from the Slink second CD is a zImage;
> you can use this until you build one by your own.
I used the 3rd solution. I turned off the cache. It started remarkable slow,
but better than nothing. Then I compiled as first thing a new kernel zImage,
ran LILO, turned the cache back on - done.