Re: kernel strangeness

Date: Fri May 03 2002 - 09:11:18 EST

Thank you. I will try replacing the glibc. If I understand right (I'm
not a programmer) I will need to recompile the kernel, and possibly some
other programs, against the i386 glibc. Correct?

On Thu, 2 May 2002, Alan Cox wrote:

> > ethernets, 64 meg memory, and an AMD Elan SC520. I loaded the flash disk
> > on a full install of RH 7.2. Custom compiled the kernel for no modules,
> > for an i386 architecture. It works fine on the desktop system I used to
> > load it, but when I put it on the net4501, Lilo loads, starts loading the
> > kernel, then it hangs. The last message on the screen is Freeing unused
> > kernel memory. I also downloaded the latest 2.4.19-pre7, compiled it for
> > the Elan processor, with no success. Same thing happens.
> Thats the classic case when you have a i686 glibc rather than the i386/486
> glibc that is needed by the Elan board. Swap for the i386 glibc

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