On 07/21/2003 05:46:44 AM Francois.Dumont wrote:
>We've recompiled a Linux From scratch because we wanted a minimal kern=
>for our router. The booting time was way too long, with the unuseful (=
>us ) usb, etc......We replaced the modules in initrd and in
>lib/modules....., and replaced
>vwlinuz by our Bzimage (renamed into vmlinuz).But the funny thing is
>that this new kernel doesn't load the ramdisk. But
>when we replace our new kernel by the one given with the DL, it work=
>but that gives too many "missing modules" errors to be used. That's no=
>My point is : Is there a special process to compile the kernel so it
>normally when put together with the DL??? I have already looked at all=
>pages talking about 'building your own DL' but that didn't quite answe=
>my wonderings :-p
>Please help me get a clue so i can move on.
Check 2 things:
- Is InitRD support enabled?
- Set the initial RAMDISK size to 16 or 32 MB.
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