LFS won't boot

Eric Miller emiller at techskills.com
Thu Jan 2 11:48:07 PST 2003


>I named them the default lfskernel, and the lilo.conf file does point to
>that image.  I have run the "/sbin/lilo -v" command after those settings
>too.  The issue isn't that it doesn't load the image.  I think the reboot
is
>happening directly after the it's done loading.  All the little periods
show
>up after the "loading lfs" message.  If there is a message or any errors
>that pop up after that line, it's too quick for me to notice.  Is there a
>way to get more information about what's going on, a log file perhaps or a
>setting to create a log file. Sorry about the HTML e-mail.

Ok.  Sounds like you know what your doing there...if you get the dots then
the kernel is loading.

What platform are you building on (CPU, esp)?  If you are building on an
older system, you may have to rebuild the kernel with a config for that
system.



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