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SubjectSparc64 Compiles OK, but won't boot new kernel
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Hi,

I have been able to successfully compile the 2.4.14 and 2.4.15 kernels
for Sparc64 but each gives me an error on boot-up:

Image to large for Destination (twice)

It then kicks me back to the silo prompt. My kernel is trimmed back
quite a bit and there isn't a lot there.

It's not a compressed kernel -- should it be? How do I do that since
the bzImage make is missing from the Sparc64 makefiles?

I am using Redhat 6.2 on an Enterprise 4000, 4 Ultrasparc-II CPU's and
2Gb of Ram.

Any suggestions??

Norm

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