[Bug 24533] Re: [Bug 24533] Re: Fail to boot smp kernel

Richard Green rtg at aapsc.com
Wed Sep 20 23:13:50 UTC 2006

That's not the issue. the 386 kernel is the default, and is what I've been 
running.  The desire for a 686 non-SMP kernel is to determine if the 
problem is with the 686 optimizations or the SMP code.
   WHat I really want is for someone with knowledge of the kernel internals 
to look at Paul's patches and see if they're appropriate to apply to the 
current 686smp kernel source.  I'm not a C programmer, and I haven't even 
configured and compiled a kernel since it went modular, so I don't trust 
my own opinion on the subject...

Rick Green

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little
temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."
                                   -Benjamin Franklin

Fail to boot smp kernel

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