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Re: Kernel PANIC during boot

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: Kernel PANIC during boot
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2003 13:12:36 +0100

   i've just cross compiled Gnu OS (v 0.2) in an empty ext2 partition
   in the first slice of the first ide disk, and changed the
   /boot/server.boot according to mi initial configuration (ext2

Are you sure that you cross-compiled GNU 0.2? I.e. the stuff that
exists in ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu-0.2/src.  If you did, than you really
should install Debian GNU/Hurd because GNU 0.2 is old and dead.  You
can find instructions on how to install Debian GNU/Hurd at:

   After booting gnu os is loaded in memory, but as system boot the
   kernel goes in idle state until i press a key. Now an orrible
   kernel panic occours:

This is a known bug.

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