Thank you very much for the help. I installed it
using the installer program provided and it booted up
fine. Excellent job on the enhancements to the user
interface, by the way.
However, I tried the Ubuntu installation again, and at
the point where it crashed before, it still crashes,
although this time it gives me an error after it dies
and before it dumps me to the DOS prompt again:
colinux: Linux VM terminated
colinux: BUG at
I was attempting to do dpkg --configure -a to get the
gnome-panel working. I had similar problems before,
all dealing with packages that either dealt with power
management or VESA, usually requiring me to wipe out
some files in the /etc/rc*.d directories - not a very
nice solution but it worked at the time until this.
Thank you again for any assistance you can provide, as
well as the assistance you just provided, this has
been stumping me for quite a while.
--- Henry Nestler <Henry.Ne@...> wrote:
> Hello Hans,
> A Hans wrote:
> > Greetings -
> > I'm trying to get coLinux running on my laptop so
> > can have Windows XP and Linux on the tiny HD
> > having to repartition (not practical, won't bore
> > with why). Every time I try to start it up it
> > on me, sometimes auto-rebooting. It does this too
> > quickly for me to see just what it's saying. The
> > error itself, however, is always
> > IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
> > 0.6.4 has not given me this trouble. I have
> > off the no execute bit and PAE in boot.ini. I
> > NOT uninstalled 0.6.4. I've tried uninstalling
> > driver (using the old 0.6.4 colinux-daemon
> > --remove-driver, then using the 0.7.1
> > --install-driver), but to no avail. I've also
> > disabling the APIC and such in the kernel
> > list, but it seems to have no effect.
> Right. Remove and install is enought. You not to
> > I know that the crash isn't INSTANT, because some
> > prints out (maybe about 5/6th of the DOS window
> > up before the crash happens), but it's too fast
> for me
> > to read, and I'm pretty much stumped.
> > Does anyone have any ideas? I'm running WinXP on
> > Dell Latitude D620, Intel Duo Core, 1 GB of RAM
> > Megs allocated to CoLinux). I'm trying to get
> > 6.06 on it but I'm having problems (hence why I
> > 0.7.1, I hoped it might help the install crashes).
> > Thank you for any help you can give me. This is
> > driving me batty.
> What build of 0.7.1 do you started?
> This version is the best tested of devel builds:
> All others, with kernels 2.6.13 up to 2.6.15 are
> very fresh and not good
> Try to start the smalest config, for sample:
> colinux-daemon kernel=vmlinux cobd0=YourImageFile
> Henry Nestler
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