Failed to Load Kernel
perrin at apotheon.com
Tue Jan 5 19:21:22 UTC 2010
On Tue, Jan 05, 2010 at 09:15:29AM -0600, Kevin Kinsey wrote:
> I'm rather astounded that no one has responded to your
> email as of yet. IANAE, but here goes:
For my part -- I just hadn't seen it before this. I'm surprised there
aren't more replies too, though.
> Could that be "readln"? Been too long since I saw it.
> The typo below makes me assume you're typing from the
> view on the the monitor. Bad news is, ev'ry time I've
> seen this, it's because of bad media. I've not seen it
> for years, though, and then, it was always on floppy
> installs, which, I think, are the posterboy for "bad media"
> on Google or Wikipedia or summat.
It could just be a bad burn. It happens sometimes, even with a good ISO
for the disk. Burning again on a different disk might make the
difference, if that's the case.
> I'm guessing there's some issue we're both unaware of. Perhaps
> someone with a better grok on the situation will post.
Alas, I don't know anything more about the situation than you do, I
guess. I hope someone else has more information.
> That's good to hear. As I mentioned, hopefully someone else
> will have a better clue on this, as I've not had the problem
> for years. I've also not burned a CD for FreeBSD on Windows
> *ever*, so I'm thinking it could be related to that, somehow
> or other, despite the fact that you can "see" everything. But
> then again, maybe I just don't trust Windows programs ;-)
I sympathize. All my FreeBSD CDs have been burned on Debian or FreeBSD.
Chad Perrin [ original content licensed OWL: http://owl.apotheon.org ]
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