I regenned my kernel and now whenever I boot the system it hangs with the
message "Finding Module Dependencies"
I can Ctrl-C out of it and it will boot up and run. Any idea of how to
isolate the problem?
After compiling the kernel and modules and run modules_install I
placed the new kernel under /boot/vmlinuz-2.2.5-23 and created a
corresponding inetd image file. I also put the new System.map file
into /boot/System.map-2.2.5-23 and made the necessary changes to lilo.
On rebooting the kernel starts up properly but the system hangs with
"Finding module dependencies". Rebooting to the 2.2.5-22 kernel and
running "depmod -a 2.2.5-23" genereates a list of symbolic link
What am I doing wrong? I've looked through /etc/rc.d and found the
"Finding modules dependencies" script code but could not find any
errors. Has anyone tried this and solved the problem.
Please help us.
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I recompiled my kernel over the weekend. Everything went fine until I
tried to boot the kernel. About halfway through the process the
message "Finding Module Dependencies" appears in the list and the boot
I then have to reboot using my old kernel.
The steps I followed:
I copied bzImage to /boot and pointed lilo to the new kernel. I then
ran lilo and rebooted.
What have I done wrong?