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RE: HELP! (was: Er... bootable, not anymore )

> -----Original Message-----
> From: eric k. wolven [mailto:wyrdwulf@catskill.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 12:40 AM
> To: Debian-users
> Subject: Re: HELP! (was: Er... bootable, not anymore )
> Christian:
> I think the problem is the latest kpkg.  I was getting the same
> unbootable kernel-image, only when "installed" the read was:
> "Kernel panic.  No init".
> Try a non-debian compilation of your kernel. That appears to work.
> I'm sticking to a kernel-image made BEFORE the latest kpkg until
> the bug is worked out.
> Eric Wolven

I buried myself in the .postinstall script of the generated kernel-image
package. It seems that relevant parts are not reached at at. Maybe I'm
just stupid, perhaps I should file a bug?

Anyway, I recreated the scripts bootdisk creation steps, which are:

# superformat /dev/fd0
# dd if=/boot/vmlinuz of=/dev/fd0

Don't ask me why it works, but it does...


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