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[ale] grub resets machine
- Subject: [ale] grub resets machine
- From: jb at sourceillustrated.com (jb at sourceillustrated.com)
- Date: Sun, 5 May 2002 19:27:14 -0000 (GMT)
You're right. I was going through my kernel config right after sending out
the message. I guess it is helpful to set processor type correctly ;-).
> Does it reboot before the kernel completely loads?
> Does it reboot during the init scripts?
> What kind of processor/system are you running. A spontaneous reboot
> after a successful compilation process seems to point to the kernel
> itself. Are you sure you selected the right options for your
> particular machine? for example 586 for k6 and pentiums machines
> instead of 686 for athlon pII, pIII
> On Sunday 05 May 2002 01:33 pm, you wrote:
>> Just finished a gentoo install and everything looks
>> great...um...except for the fact that I can't boot up. After I select
>> the boot option from the grub menu, it starts to load the kernel and
>> resets the machine.
>> The kernel compile went fine, I've installed it and the modules.
>> Copied bzImage to /boot/bzImage. Added the following to
>> default 0
>> timeout 15
>> kernel /boot/bzImage root=/dev/hda3
>> The /boot partition is located on /dev/hda1 which is listed first in
>> /etc/fstab as:
>> /dev/hda1 /boot ext3 noauto,noatime 1 1
>> I've set it up through grub by running grub and entering:
>> No errors...
>> What am I missing?
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