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SubjectRe: Anybody got 2.4.0 running on a 386 ?
Robert Kaiser wrote:

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>> I have periodically built kernels that crashed
>> immediately at the point you mention. Usually this
>> was due to me choose configuration options that
>> were incompatible with my machine's hardware.
>
>
> You mean they crashed at the exact same statement ?
> That would be an interesting hint, can you confirm it ?

I sent the "possible config problem" list mostly
as a warning about what can cause kernels to lock up
early in the boot cycle. Some of the problems I ]
mentioned will cause a lock up immediately after
the "Uncompressing kernel... OK Booting Linux" message.

I doubt that these problems are causing your problem
and so I really doubt that these crashes are occuring
in the same function that yours is.

Mostly, I thought you might want to double-check your
configuration options and make sure that you are using
none of these broken configuration combinations.

Good luck! I wish I could be of more help.

Miles


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