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SubjectRe: [Re: kernel2.4 is not working]
Hi
I found out the problem. The reason is that the
kernel(linux-2.4.5) is not present in the /boot directory. But I had
uncommented the export statement of INSTALL_PATH=/boot. But the linux kernel
is not put in the /boot directory. why is it so. Presently the kernel is put
in the directory where i compiled. Unfortnately it is a NFS directory. I think
the place where linux kernel is found is hardcoded in boot
loader(linuz-2.4.5). Moreover one warning is comming always. "CLockskew
detected Your compilation may be incomplete". How to get rid of that
by
Blesson Paul


"Alexander V. Bilichenko" <dmor@7ka.mipt.ru> wrote:
"not working"?
can You post there exactly crash info?
Best regards,
Alexander mailto:dmor@7ka.mipt.ru
mailto:alexb@kernel.org
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Blesson Paul" <blessonpaul@usa.net>
To: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 6:08 PM
Subject: kernel2.4 is not working


> hi all
> Presnently I am using 2.2.16. Now I downloaded the
2.4.5
> kernel source code. Now I compiled it. I didn't changed anything in the
> menuconfig. Still it not working. Why it it so
> by
> Blesson
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