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Old 10-10-2003, 05:18 AM   #1
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devil-linux and pentium mmx

Hello All,

I just downloaded the Devil-Linux RC1.0 distro to setup a firewall on an old pentium-mmx, 160M RAM.

The problem is that after the boot menu, the kernel start to load in the memory and after 5 sec the machine automatically reboot!
I don't have even enough time to see if there is an error message.

Does anyone already encountered this problem? Are there any boot options (other than devil-linux defaults which I've already tried) that may resolve this problem? Or maybe is BIOS related?



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