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Anyone know any sparc kernel tricks?

This is not really a debian problem, but I'm hoping somebody here can help
me out.

 I decided to get on the bleeding edge of kernels and try to install
 2.4.0pre8 on my sparc box at home.  Though I have a lot of experience
 compiling a kernel on i386, I've never done it before for a sparc.  When
 I boot into my new kernel I get this error, does anyone know what this

 SILO boot: linux4
 Uncompressing image...
 bootmem_init: Scan sp_banks,
 free_bootmem: base[0] size[fb4000]
 free_bootmem: base[fb5000] size[13000]
 free_bootmem: base[fcc000] size[21000]
 reserve_bootmem: base[0] size[1ea000]
 reserve_bootmem: base[1ea000] size[200]
 Booting Linux...
 mem_init: Calling free_all_bootmem().

 Watchdog reset.  Rebooting.


Matt Rose        mattrose@folkwolf.net          http://www.folkwolf.net
"I've seen scarier secret police agencies than his completely destroyed 
by a Czech hippie playwright with a manual typewriter"  Bruce Sterling

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