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    > I compiled 2.0.27 with 'make bzdisk'.  The compilation was successful, but
    > when I tried to boot with the floppy, I got
    >
    > Loading....
    >
    > Followed by a repeating series of:
    >
    > 1010
    > AX:0212
    > BX:3400
    > CX:0001
    > DX:0000.
    >
    > The first one or two of these had different numbers, but after that they
    > repeated as above.
    >
    > Using the bzImage file produced by the compilation with loadlin resulted
    > in a successful boot.
    >
    > Is bzdisk broken somehow, or is there something I need to do? I only make
    > the disks for use in case of problems.

    First thing that I would assume, is that you're using a 720K disk to
    load your kernel off of. I believe Linus stated back around the 1.3.70 stage
    that low denisity disks will no longer work, no matter if you're using bzdisk
    or zdisk. you will have to use a high density disk, loadlin, or LILO. Try
    remaking bzdisk with a HD disk, and you should be fine..

    BL.
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