I have problems with my CD-ROM (which works fine under MS-DOS/Win)
Here is my config.
486dx33 4 Mb RAM
hd1 = IDE Western digital Caviar 420 Mb
hd2 = IDE Conner 170 Mb
Master Boomer Mediavision (~sounblaster)
fd1 = 1.44 Mb
cdrom PANASONIC CR-562-B
Linux Yggdrasil Plug-and-Play november 1994 (including support of 'mscdex' CDROM)
1. I made a boot floppy from the cdrom with the files bootflpy.720 (also with bootflpy.144)
Then I restarted the computer, LILO loaded itself and then hang up with a kernel panic.
I started again with a 1.44 Mb : idem
2. I removed the sound card , and then restarted the computer, this time the kernel loaded
itself without panic but it didn't find the CD-ROM, instead it looked for a nec210
IDE CDROM, and tried to read the hard disk (I don't know itfit was trying to read the
first or the second disk). After many tries the system hang up with a 'VFS' message
stating that the root filesystem was not found.
3. When I try to run the runlinux utility, the system reboots.
4. When I try to run bootlin, the system starts to load the kernel and then hangs up with a
message : ... kernel loaded too high ....
Can anyone help me ?