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SubjectRe: epox 4g4a+ (i845g and hpt372) with kernel 2.4.x: Ok, now booting the kernel. hangs.
On Sun, Aug 18, 2002 at 05:46:30PM +0200, Justin Heesemann wrote:
> Ok. Whenever i try to boot a 2.4 Kernel (i tried the ones provided by the
> Debian 3.0 boot cd, Knoppix boot cd and a p4 optimized gentoo kernel) It gets
> as far as:
>
> Loading kernel..................
> Loading
> rescue.gz.......................................................................
> ready.
> Uncompressing Linux... Ok, now booting the kernel.
>
> Then it hangs.
> Is there a way to get more information what exactly it is doing before it
> hangs ?
dunno. but:

Had a similar problem once, though on different hardware.
adding a mem=<some good amount less than you actually have>
did the trick. after bios update, I could leave it off again.
(I think mem=480 could do in your case)

just a thought...

lge

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