Re: Kernel 2.1.7

David A Rusling (rusling@linux.reo.dec.com)
Tue, 5 Nov 1996 22:17:53 GMT

If MILO gets as far as 'jumping' then it is happy with th ee kernel
image - in so I would sort of blame the kernel itesself. If you can, looking
at the output from the serial port is a good idea especially if you
have built the kernel this way. Generally speaking once Linux has
loadied the kernel then it takes over the system and there are few if
any linkages back to MILO. Problems occur if MILO has not initialised
something quite right or if there were a bug in the PALcode that
MILO supplies. As this MILO boots another kernel quite correctly
then it looks like neither of these things. Also, it doesn't look
like an ELF issue either...

Dave

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