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SubjectRe: "System is too big. Try using bzImage or modules."
On Mon, 4 Jan 1999, Robert Kiesling wrote:

> I got this message trying "make zImage." Uncompressed vmlinux is
> 1500675 bytes. Make bzImage works fine, and the system boots fine.
> Below I attached the .config. If someone could gimme a clue, I'd be
> grateful.

<clue>
It worked, it was just telling you that you have to do it differntly if
the compressed image is over 512k. Old versions of loadlin and lilo didn't
support bzImage, which is why it doesn't just do it silently.

I noticed you dont have many (any?) modules in your config. Perhaps you
could make some things modules?
</clue>

Good luck



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