[PlanetCCRMA] Fedora 5 Kernel Installation Nightmare

blindman jones erleichda@gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 19:20:02 2006

On 6/18/06, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando@ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-06-18 at 23:24 +0200, mariacallas wrote:
> > Hello.
> >
> > I reinstalled fedora core 5 from scratch and followed the procedure to
> > install planet ccrma first thing after the first reboot, without
> > updating the system.
> >
> > Good thing:
> > I had no problems installing ccrma kernels.

which kernel?

I have this same behavior when using the "rtt" kernels from ccrma, but
the "rdt" kernels work perfect... I have a Asus P4PE motherboard and
trying to boot the "rtt" kernels has always cause my hardware to hang.

hope this is helpful to you

be well,

> >
> > Bad thing:
> > None of said kernels work. Now they *freeze* near the beginning of the
> > system initialization. I think it's when the graphic progress bar is
> > started but can't be sure.
> Sorry to hear that. What kind of hardware are you running on?
> It may be possible to see a bit more of what's happening if you turn off
> the graphical boot, I don't know how familiar you are with the boot
> process but you can edit the kernel command line, either when you are
> booting (when the first grub screen comes up press any key to see the
> kernels, then highlight the kernel you want to boot, press "e" to edit
> the entry, highlight the kernel boot line, press "e" again and delete
> the "rhgb quiet" at the end of the line), or while booted into another
> kernel by editing the /boot/grub/grub.conf file.
> If you can't boot then most probably there is some bug in the realtime
> preemption patch that is tickled by your particular hardware
> configuration.
> -- Fernando
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