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SubjectRe: Kernel Freeze
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On Thursday 27 September 2001 03:28 pm, Luca Adesso wrote:
> I have installed Linux (Slackware 8.0) on a Abit Pt5 with last bios.
> The kernel with that distribution is 2.4.5 and I'm trying to compile
> kernel 2.4.9 downloaded from kernel.org
> I already compiled that kernel on my notebook and it works fine, but
> everytime I reboot my p133 (the one with the abit) it freeze.
> It load the kernel and uncompress it and then... nothing!
>
> I tried to make a light kernel and a big kernel but... nothing.
>
> What can I do?
>

Check to ensure you're not compiling for a 686 or other chip
family/revision above the capabilities of your processor (Processor
Type and Features - XXX Processor Family where XXX is whatever is
currently selected, select that and hit enter)
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