Re: kernel 2.2.6
Yes! But could anyone explaing to me why it is must be less than 512kb??
Alec Smith wrote:
> System has to be 512kb if I recall.
> make bzImage modules modules_install install
> is the command I use to build a kernel and it works without any problems.
> Just did it with 2.2.6 on 2 machines yesterday.
> On Sat, 24 Apr 1999, Anonymous Coward wrote:
> > i'm a new debian user, but fairly experienced linux user. i just got
> > slink (debian 2.1) in the mail so installed it. i downloaded kernel
> > 2.2.6 to upgrade the first time it said a86 command not found so i
> > searched mailing list archives and found out i needed the bin86 package
> > so then that worked. now i try to compile and i get this message at the
> > end after everythings all done:
> > Root device is (3,5)
> > Boot sector is 512 bytes
> > Setup is 1286 bytes
> > System is 526 kB
> > System is too big. try using bzImage or modules.
> > bzImage does not work and my kernel is in no way bloated. i only
> > included standard stuff and it was practically the same as i had 2.0.36
> > except for joystick support. what can i do?
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