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Re: boot.iso problem?

G. Wolfe Woodbury wrote:

AMD K6-2

could you say that this is an older amd-processor ? yes !

ASUS mobo
Verbatim CD-RW

I burn the development boot.iso to a CDRW, successful burn and verify

Boot using the new CDRW (boots with other CDRWs are fine)

No flash of messages or anything other than clearing the console screen,
but the machine gets a reset and the POST starts all over again. :-(

Is this because the boot.iso is corrupt in some way?  Other testers
report using boot.iso to do installs of "rawhide", so that shouldn't be
the problem.  Is the AMD K6-2 not supported?  Any suggestions?

perhaps ftp://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/development/i386/RELEASE-NOTES-x86-en.html ----

Test Anaconda (the Fedora Core installation program) for proper operation.


Due to a mistake made at build-time, the ISO images for Fedora Core 1.90 Test 1 include support for i686-class processors only, meaning that it will not be possible to boot Anaconda on systems with Intel Pentium, older AMD, or VIA processors.


-- shrek-m

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