Robert Kiely wrote:
>I must actually try this first just to see if I can figure it out.
>>Would unistalling the 2.6 sources and removing the .config 2.6 kernel
>and system.map from the /boot partition make any difference ? Why do
>you need system.map to be in the /boot partition anyway ?
>>>On Thu, 3 Mar 2005 12:16:36 +0100, Paolo Marchiori <paolo at marchiori.net> wrote:
>>>>Robert Kiely, Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 11:07:26AM +0000:
>>>>>>>Any takers before I go wipe the drive ?
>>>>>>>>Something is wrong with your recompiled 2.4 kernel.
>>Use a stock (ie: prepackaged) 2.4 kernel.
>>pbm - "otto giorni di rancore e rabbia sorda da smaltire
>> al cospetto del lento disfarsi dei miei sogni"
>>Irish Linux Users' Group
>>http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/ilug/>>>>>>>>If all else fails... gentoo has the lovely genkernel package... use it
to build yourself and initrd and kernel that is 2.4.
It should work no problem, as it is meant to emulate the creation method
used for the gentoo live cd's
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