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SubjectRe: latest 2.4 kernels freeze after uncompressing linux
try to modify 'lilo.conf' for new kernel and run 'lilo' now.

Eamonn Hamilton wrote:

>
>Hi Guys.
>
>I'm setting up a machine for a friend, and I've got a weird problem.
>
>On a motherboard ( and old M571 I think ) with a Cyrix 686L processor I
>can't boot any of the recent series of kernels. When booting, I get the
>loading Linux and tye uncpressing stage, but it then locks solid. It
>looks like the bzimage problem that was around a good long while ago,
>however I CAN boot 2.2.15 which is also a bzImage. I've tried compiling
>the kernels as i386, as well as 586, and I've also tried the debian
>dstrbution kernels ( it's debian unstable, by the way ).
>
>Anybody got any ideas?
>
>Chers,
>Eamonn
>
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