[Wiltshire] Kernel won't run on this SBC
wiltslug at iremonger.me.uk
Thu May 21 16:54:16 UTC 2009
> Google tells me this is a MB/Kernel problem where the kernel is
> incorrectly identifying features of the MB Chipset that are not actually
Sounds more like features of the CPU, but same principle.
> present. Looks like other non PC104 users have solved the issue by
> flashing their motherboards.
Do that! probably less messy...
> The other option is to use an older kernel or role your own and turn off
> no-relevant features int he kernel build.
Will have an older kernel.
Will have an older kernel...
> 2009/5/21 David Fletcher <dave at thefletchers.net>
> On Thursday 21 May 2009 16:32:50 Simon Iremonger wrote:
> > As Richard said, try Debian ;-). For server-install-use and
> > command-line, its virtually identical to ubuntu for most
> > uses! Generally I have found a particular _release_
> > of Debian or Ubuntu is useful on account of particular
> > software versions or features, but the actual fact its'
> > Debian or Ubuntu makes little difference....
> > --Simon
> Just tried the Lenny network install, which I've had success with before. It
> offers to install, then says
> Decompressing Linux.... blah...
> Booting the kernel
> BUG: Int 6: CR2 00000000
> EDI c0363f8c blah... blah...
> 2 more lines of these
> Stack: Looks like a hex dump
> And then it hangs.
> Maybe I'll try getting something earlier tonight, or bring in Lenny CD1 to try
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