1. Help: Trouble recompiling kernel, won't boot from new Kernel
I have two linux machines: one is an IDE system and the other is SCSI.
On the IDE machine, I have just upgraded from Kernel 1.2.11 to 1.2.13.
I got a new kernel source and renamed the old kernel directory tree to
something like linux.old. then I went through the entire proceedure:
after the compile I did :
rdev -R zImage 1
rdev -v zImage -1
rdev zImage /dev/hda2
cat zImage > /dev/fd0H1440
Everything *seemed* to work fine. BUT when I tried to boot off of the
hard disk and not the floppy, it clearly came up with Kernel 1.2.11,
which was the old one. When I booted from the floppy, it came up with
kernel 1.2.13, which was the new one .
There must be an additional step to set LILO to boot from the new
kernel, but I can find nothing about it in the documentation.
Also, with my SCSI machine, I have loaded linux for the first time. I
went through the whole proceedure and recompiled the kernel just as
above, with my other machine.
The problem is that when I boot up the system goes into AUTOPROBE. It
taked about 7 minutes for this to complete before the system fully
boots. I went through the recompile process again and was very careful
to NOT include the following step which looked suspicious to me:
"Probe all LUNs on each SCSI device".
I can boot from the hard disk without this happening. I am now
suspicious that I am not really booting from the recompiled kernel.
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