Originally posted by matt3333
Ok i know this questions has been answered a hell of alot of time but i serioulsy dont know why its not working and what im doing wrong? These are the steps i used to compile the new 2.6.0 kernel:
step 1: rm /usr/src/linux
step 2 : ln -s /usr/src/linux-2.6.0 /usr/src/linux
step 3: cd /usr/src/linux
step 4: make mrproper
As others pointed out add here:
cp /path/to/your/old/.config .config
step 5: make oldconfig
step 6:make clean
step 7: make bzImage
step8: make modules
Again, as DaOne already told you just do:
when i try to reboot the new kernel its starts off fine then all of a sudden its reboots im not too sure whats going on and why this is happending Please HELP me!!!!
Can you read some of the lines of your start-up process? Does it always reboot at the same point?
Try to read your /var/log/sysconfig (as root):
su -c "more /var/log/sysconfig"
Scroll down to the lines referring to current date and hour referring to the last boot process and paste those lines here, in order to let us help you figure out where the boot process stops.