1. new kernel: LILO "kernel too big" error
re-built my RH 6 2.2.5 kernel last night, stripped out all of the junk that
I don't need, added a couple of things in ( my selections are ok, I've been
researching this for a while). Compiled OK, no error messages. Followed
make xconfig (configure...)
make succeeds, I end up with a 426KB kernel.
Ran Linuxconf, selected the 'install kernel I have compiled' option under
LILO section, upon 'save config' selection I receive a 'kernel too big'
OK, so I think that maybe linuxconf is screwy, so I manually edit the
/etc/linux.conf file, adding the section
between the existing image.. section and the other.. section ( I previously
copied the new zImage to /boot/newkernelz ).
Saved lilo.conf, ran lilo -v: Still get the error "kernel /boot/newkernelz
is too big".
I don't get it. The kernel which ships with RH 6 (vmlinuz-2.2.5-15) is
617,288 bytes, while my new kernel is 475,696 bytes. What gives?
Any suggestions here?
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