lfs won't boot

Joost Buelens joost at buelens.fsbusiness.co.uk
Tue Oct 16 05:25:21 PDT 2001


Sounds like the system is finding the kernel ok, but the kernel isn't
behaving. When you configured your kernel, did you leave out virtual
terminal support? I seem to remember doing that and getting similar results,
ie system *was* booting, but didn't give any messages.

Joost

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>vancaudenberg
>Sent: 16 October 2001 13:05
>To: lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org
>Subject: lfs won't boot
>
>
>Hello,
>
>Just finished building lfs-3.0 on a RH 7.1 system but while
>booting it seems
>to hang after the message "Uncompressing Linux .... Ok, booting
>the Kernel."
>Is it possible that it won't boot because the lfs-system is build in a
>logical partition? I know it's a problem for other OSses, but
>thought Linux could
>handle that.??
>
>When installing the kernel I just followed teh script although I know i'm
>working on a i585 computer (couldn't find what to change in the readmefile)
>May this be the reason?
>
>
>See you,
>Rudy
>
>
>
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