3.2 kernel problems

Andrew Boothman andrew
Thu Sep 9 23:43:01 BST 1999


On 09-Sep-99 Mark Ovens wrote:
> Have you built a custom kernel?
> 
> These messages come from /boot/boot.conf or /kernel.config which
> is created when you ``boot -c'', disable devices, and save the
> settings.

Yeah. I think the problem is likely to be that you disabled a lot of devices in
the generic kernel using the configuration editor. These devices don't exist in
your new kernel, so it's confusing the system.

Just remove the file that Mark mentioned and the messages should go away
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