> After reinstalling Win98 and Mandrake last night, for the second time in
> as many weeks, I tried to use loadlin.exe to load some of the supplied
> Linux kernel images but each failed except for the "Linus" kernel which
> doesn't have either framebuffer or supermount compiled in. Has anyone
> seen this happen to them as well?
> I'll just compile my own tonight or some night but it annoyed me that
> loadlin report the file "wasn't a kernel image"..
It wouldn't be a zImage vs bzImage issue? Perhaps that version
of loadlin doesn't like bzImage and the framebuffer and
supermount support just pushed the kernel over the zImage
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