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    SubjectRe: Anybody got 2.4.0 running on a 386 ?
    On Tue, Jan 09, 2001 at 10:17:47PM +0100, Robert Kaiser wrote:
    > On Die, 09 Jan 2001 you wrote:
    > > Robert Kaiser wrote:
    > > > I can't seem to get the new 2.4.0 kernel running on a 386 CPU.
    > > > The kernel was built for a 386 Processor, Math emulation has been enabled.
    > > > I tried three different 386 boards. Execution seems to get as far as
    > > > pagetable_init() in arch/i386/mm/init.c, then it falls back into the BIOS as
    > > > if someone had pressed the reset button. The same kernel boots fine on
    > > > 486 and Pentium Systems.
    > > >
    > > > Any ideas/suggestions ?
    > >
    > >
    > > is "Checking if this processor honours the WP bit even in supervisor
    > > mode... " the last thing you see before the reset?
    > >
    >
    > No, I don't see _any_ messages from the kernel. The last thing I see is
    > "Uncompressing Linux... Ok, booting the kernel."

    I dug up an old amd 386 and started compiling kernels for it with gcc 2.95.2:

    2.4.0 : doesn't boot, same symptoms as you, Robert, so you're not imagining
    things :-)
    2.2.19pre6 : compiles, boots and runs poifectly
    2.3.51 : doesn't compile
    2.3.99-pre1 : hrm, *cough*
    2.3.99-pre2 : *tsjoum*
    2.3.39: compiles and boots okay

    here is where I got bored :-)

    okay, anyone, which 2.3.x kernels should compile okay ?

    With kind regards,
    Sven
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