System keeps rebooting after Kernel Loads
I am trying to get Linux (Red Hat 7.2) up and running on an old Pentium MMX 200Mhz, 64MB RAM system I've got. It doesn't have a cdrom drive, so I installed Linux on its HDD by putting the HDD into my other system and then doing the install. Now, this has worked before, and suddenly now it doesn't. I put a fresh install on the HDD as well, then put in into my 200Mhz computer and tried to boot up. The system turns on, and GRUB comes up. Next I get the message the Linux is being uncompressed and then it says OK, Booting the Kernel. After that the system reboots and does the whole thing all over again. And it just keeps doing this. Anybody have any ideas? I'm thinking that maybe I need to pass some parameters to the kernel before it loads, I just don't know what params to pass to it.