Date: Mon 09 Aug 2004 - 22:12:17 BST
On 9 Aug, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
> Does a constantly rebooting kernel ring a bell for anyone?
> This is _older_ hardware. AMD K6/2-450 with 256 MByte RAM and a
> Buslogic SCSI host adapter which works fine with the Fedora Core 1
> kernels. I was thinking it could be the bzImage is the problem and I
> should try a zImage? Or my mkinitrd didn't work.
Yes, it does ring a bell - big one!
I have still several AMD K6 systems around here for testing purposes
(one is still in every day use as multihead X-Terminal). With the later
2.4 Kernels at least I was not successful in building any bootable
kernel with arch=k6 at all. Try arch=i586 instead.
I never had a time to debug the problem though - may be a gcc OR kernel
problem, but I'm pretty sure it is not a vserver problem.
Don't bother with bzImage for I had newer problems with it on K6
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