From: Firestart (kanall at domain tinet.ie)
Date: Sat 08 May 1999 - 21:45:14 IST
I installed rh6.0 yesterday and ive had lots of problems because the
kernel i had was newer than the one that comes with it (i had 2.2.7-ac2 it
had 2.2.5-ac13) i got lots of 'Warning: /boot/System.map has an incorrect
kernel version.' messages when i booted up when it was trying to enable
i got rid of their kernel and might of broke dependencies but then couldnt
build a new kernel 'make menuconfig' gave out about ncurses,so i installed
their kernel again and im now using my newer one,but i still get those
annoying messages,what should i and in what order should i delete to get
rid of redhat's kernel?
also (though fixed now) when i did 'make zImage' it would go a few lines
and then say /usr/include/bits/errno.h:25 No such file or Directory
isnt that a file in glibc-devel? isnt that one of the kernels
another thing is i was able to do zImage but it made me do bzlilo even
though my kernel is only 495904 bytes.what is the maximum size for a
kernel without doing that? i never had to do it before.
this is the strangest:
when i mount my cd and go to /mnt/cdrom/ and type ls i get this
_isofs_bmap: block<0[root at domain Majestic12 cdrom]# ls
_isofs_bmap: block<0[root at domain Majestic12 cdrom]#
it didnt happen earlier on,a while back it simply listed no files!
despite all this gnome+E is drool worthy,but can anyone tell me whats
going on and what to do?
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