Jens Schmalzing (email@example.com) wrote: > > Hi, > > Mauricio Hernandez Z. writes: > > > I tried to use kernel-images but I couldn't even boot it (kernel > > panic). Obviously, as you already know, oldworld macs use BootX, so > > I even tried with different arguments (with initrd and without > > initrd, ie) but it wouldn't boot. > > BootX booting works fine for me on several OldWorld machines. Can you > describe your problem in more detail (like, transcribe a few lines > before the kernel panic)? > > > I decided to compile 22.214.171.124 (as I had done it before sometime with 2.6.8). > > I can boot (just specifying vmlinux-126.96.36.199 in BootX), I see the Tux but > > nothing else. > [...] > > Any ideas of why I am having this problem? > > Most likely, you forgot to set CONFIG_FRAMEBUFFER_CONSOLE. > > Regards, Jens. > > -- > J'qbpbe, le m'en fquz pe j'qbpbe! > Le veux aimeb et mqubib panz je pézqbpbe je djuz tqtaj! > Jens: thanks for answering so soon. That was my 1st thought too but I had already set it. CONFIG_FRAMEBUFFER_CONSOLE=y I have attached my .config just in case. Regards.
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