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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.4-ac10: Oops -> 2.4.4
Thus spake Alan Cox (alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk):

> Can you boot a kernel without fdomain.c compiled in next

Yes, but I am too stupid: there were a faillure in my
patch-2.4.4-ac10.bz2, which is 0 bits.... so I have bunzip -c
patch-2.4.4-ac10.bz2|patch -p1 -s with an empty file :-((

That mean I compiled a 2.4.4 kernel, and not a 2.4.4-ac10 one.

I know that becauseause I reemoved my fdomain SCSI controller and put an
Adaptec 2940 at the same place, and it booted very well...

So the problem is ME: I am too stupid!!!

Anyway, the bug is in 2.4.4, not in 2.4.4-ac10: I am really sorry for
having loosing your time. With 2.4.4-ac9 with my fdomain, everything is
also working great ;-)

If I can do anything, just let me know ;-)

Thanks you very much,

Greg
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