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Old 05-30-2005, 09:39 PM   #1
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i686 troubles - upgrade from i386 failed, where to download?

I was running 2.4.27 386 debian and realized I wanted 2.6.xx 686 smp debian, so I tried to update through apt-get and when I boot up the computer now it gives me a "kernel warning: tried to kill init"

Now, my processor is a p4-HT so the kernel should work fine, but now I'm trying to figure out how to either fix the current computer or where to get a 2.6 686 kernel of debian.
I see a bunch of random stuff on the ftp for, but none seems to actually be a debian install/source. Any suggestions are much appreciated.



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