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Old 06-21-2011, 12:52 PM   #1
sanjayagayan
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slackware 13.7 installtion error


I am a ubuntu user and want to try for slackware.Then i download slackware 13.37 DVD image and burned it.
Then i try to install it with hugesmp.s kernel.
I got a error massage saying
"kernel panic not syncing attempted to kill the idle task"
and then i got serious of code and stuck.
Then i try with huge.s and got same error.Try to install in virtual machine also got the same error.Screen shot taken during installation in virtual machine attach hear with
I have Intel core i7 processor.
please help me .
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Old 06-21-2011, 01:06 PM   #2
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could you scroll up again (shift + PageUp)

what I'd like to know is how this message start, my guess is a problem in using the disk, or a problem with using the memory
 
Old 06-21-2011, 02:05 PM   #3
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could you scroll up again (shift + PageUp)

what I'd like to know is how this message start, my guess is a problem in using the disk, or a problem with using the memory
The kernel didn't even get initialized. We're lucky it could even do this output. Scrolling back isn't going to work.

It looks to me like either a bad ISO download, bad DVD burn, or bad memory. Try typing "memtest" at the "boot:" prompt and let the memory test program run a while. If that's OK, check your ISO's MD5 checksum against the site's MD5 checksum for a good download. If that's also good, compare the DVD and the ISO with the cmp command (should see either no output, or EOF on the ISO file, if it is good).
 
Old 06-21-2011, 04:26 PM   #4
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You don't need to burn the .iso to DVD to use it "virtually".
 
  


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