Hi all !
ok, i installed redhat7.2 the other night and found that by default,
the kernel does not support NTFS. So i tried and comiled myself a new
kernel with that option 'on'... but ran into troubles.
distrobution - redhat7.2
kernel - 2.4.7-10
boot loader - GRUB
I think i compiled my kernel properly, but when i 'enable' my new
kernel in GRUB, and start my boot sequence, it stops at this line:
uchi.c:USB UCHI at I/O 0xd000,IRQ 12
I am confused. I dont really know what to do next. Luckiliy i still
have my old kernel so its not a big deal but i am still really stuck.
Does that line mean anything special? Or could it be just a random
line that it stops at?
I am new to GRUB - I have always used LILO, and in the
/boot/BRUB/GRUB.conf when i entered the lines in for my ner kernel, i
didnt know what to include for the line that contains the ".img"
When I created my kernel, i got my bzImage and all that jazz, but no
WHat do i enter in that line in GRUB? Do i leave it the same as my
main kernel? GRUB is already pointing at bzImage, i know that , but
its a different line in GRUB that i wam wondering about.
THanks for ANY help you can give - maybe even detailed GRUB docs?