Problem Booting up the new system ?

Flan Alflani falflani at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 11:34:11 PST 2010


On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 10:26 PM, Ken Moffat <zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 09:00:51PM +0300, Flan Alflani wrote:
>>
>> ĸen,
>>
>> Well, I did Version SVN-20100529 of the book on kvm (same as this
>> Machine ) .config-2.6.34
>> i it work fine. but with this Version (SVN-20101027) i got this problem .
>
>  Well, at least your assumed name is now pronouncable!  For LFS, if
> you cannot configure a kernel which boots on the real hardware
> before you start, it becomes very hard to diagnose the problem if
> the new kernel fails to boot.  For x86 macs, you have the additional
> problem that few people here know anything about them.
>
>  I know nothing about the intricacies of configuring a kernel to
> boot in a virtual machine, except that the correct options appear to
> often differ from what is used for the real hardware (disk
> controllers, network adaptors, etc).  Perhaps there is an appropriate
> defconfig you can use as a starting position ?
>
>  It's also possible that something in the efi-specific code is being
> miscompiled by the LFS toolchain, or that something else is broken.
> On any other hardware, I would agree with whoever suggested the
> hardware was broken.  Here, I have no idea what to recommend to get
> from where you are now to a system which gives you enough
> information to debug any remaining boot problems.
>
> ĸen
> --
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Well, I do appreciate the help. I am going to install it on a real
Machine and see what will happen.

thx to all people who reply to my email



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