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[ale] Ramdisk Error on RH 7.1 Install
- Subject: [ale] Ramdisk Error on RH 7.1 Install
- From: jkinney at localnetsolutions.com (James Kinney)
- Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 15:44:27 -0400 (EDT)
The kernel compiler is called kgcc. It is a gcc-2.95. The gcc is still the
experimental 2.96 stuff of RH7.0 (in)fame(y).
It would probably be best to do a forced downgrade to the gcc from 6.2
On Thu, 17 May 2001, Jeff Hubbs wrote:
> While doing an FTP install of RH 7.1, at the point where the install says
> "Loading /mnt/runtime/ramdisk..." I get "Error loading ramdisk." FWIW, this
> is a Micron P/90 with 72MB RAM, an Initio-based narrow SCSI PCI card, an ATI
> Mach64 PCI SVGA card, and a Netgear fa311 Ethernet card (I also tried it
> with an RTL8139 card and I get the same thing). RH's site yielded nothing.
> I am using the floppies made from the bootnet.img and drivers.img image
> What's broken?
> Also, does RH 7.1 have an "issue" with a gcc that won't compile its own
> kernel? I am going to have to do kernel patches and recompliles, so it's
> kind of critical.
> - Jeff
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