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SubjectRe: Multiple kernels OOPS at boot on Fujitsu pt510 ( AMD DX100 CPU ) - ksymoops output attached
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>>>>> "richard" == Richard B Johnson <root@chaos.analogic.com> writes:

Hi

richard> Once somebody makes a kernel they has both a working loop device and
richard> a working initial RAM Disk, I will use that kernel. In the meantime,
richard> I'm stuck at 2.4.1.

I am not sure what you are doing, and I don't remeber seing your
script to reproduce the problem, but I can confirm you that:
- loop device works
- initrd works

We used it for Mandrake kernels, and it works with SCSI without any
problems. Could you send me your script to create the intrd to me to
take a look?

Later, Juan.

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