Subject: Re: Booting the fresh 3.99.21 i386 iso ...
To: KlinT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: KlinT <email@example.com>
Date: 06/25/2006 17:42:08
The only way I've found to make my installation working is the =20
On an empty hard drive, installation of a previous 3.99.21 version cd =20=
( without GCC4 )
Change CD to the newest one ( 3.99.21 with GCC4 )
uncompress all sys packages ( base / comp / etc / games / man / =20
misc / ... ... ... ) to the root directory.
before rebooting, change rc_configured to YES in rc.conf
reboot & check or reconfigure the system
Thats the hard way :D LOL
Le 25 juin 06 =E0 16:55, KlinT a =E9crit :
> That's strange ...
> Because I don't use any option in my mk.conf ( mine is empty ) ...
> About the produced GENERIC kernel, I'll try to boot it soon ...
> Any idea on an option I can use to make the install kernel booting ?
> Many thanks
> Le 25 juin 06 =E0 16:35, Zafer Aydogan a =E9crit :
>> if you build the release with HAVE_GCC=3D4 the install kernel crashes
>> during the boot phase. I think this is only related to the install
>> kernels. The GENERIC kernel should work (but i haven't tested it).
>> if you build the release normally, everything works fine.
>> Cheers, Zafer.
>> 2006/6/25, KlinT <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>> Hi again,
>>> I'm experiencing a new strange problem ...
>>> I've juste finish a fresh "BUILD RELEASE" and created an ISO image
>>> for installation.
>>> When I try to boot the CD, the kernel stop randomly, without any
>>> visible error messages on the console and the computer reboot :(
>>> I've run the BUILD process on my Athlon64X2 running GENERIC.MP =20
>>> release 3.99.18
>>> I've tested the produced cdrom on this computer and on my HP dc530/
>>> Celeron 2.4GHz ...
>>> Both computers are not able to boot completely the install cd
>>> Does somebody experience this before ?
>>> I always run the build process in the same way and never experience
>>> such a problem.
>>> 3.99.20 build successfully on my athlon64 but all the builds i ran
>>> for 3.99.21 fail to produce a usable iinstallation CD ...
>>> Thanks in advance for your help / ideas ...
>>> Best Regards.