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Old 06-05-2007, 09:56 PM   #1
paulsiu
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Recompiling the Puppy Kernel


Hi,

I recently compile a SMP kernel. I set the SMP flag in .config and did a make bzImage and make modules. I copy the modules out my boot and rename it vmlinuz.

Instead of booting, I get the error message

ERROR, cannot find Puppy on 'usbflash' boot media.
PUPMODE=1 PDEV=
Exit to initial-ramdisk(initramfs) commandline..
(the linux-guru can debug, 'e3' editor is available

I looked in initrd, it appears that Puppy can't figure out which file system I am using. Has anyone who compile their own kernel chime in?

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