Fedora 9, PAE kernel panics on boot
I've got a problem with a fresh F9 install on a Dell PowerEdge SC1435.
I've been trying to upgrade to the PAE kernel so that I can access all my RAM (I'd just use X64 but my RAID card doesn't have a working driver for X64, at least not one that's stable). I've tried the one out of the Fedora repository (installed through yum) and when I reboot it kernel panics and throws this error:
Symbol lookup error
/lib/libc.so.6: undefined symbol GLIBC_2.1
Kernel Panic - not syncing attempted to kill init!
I went and grabbed the vanilla kernel source and compiled my own kernel, but with much the same results. I checked glibc and I'm running version 2.16.5.
I've searched about and I can't seem to come up with anything very useful, has anyone seen this before. It's strange that it happened with their own supported kernel as well. The old non-PAE kernel still works fine, I just don't get all my RAM (only 3.4GB).