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"Could not find Kernel image: linux" --> what t

Andreas Schenk

"Could not find Kernel image: linux" --> what t
« on: January 21, 2001, 12:14:03 AM »
Hi,
I just downloaded E-Smith 4.0 iso and burned it on a cd....everything OK
boot from cd....very nice coloured text appears with a "boot:" then I hit ENTER and then this message appears: "Could not find Kernel image: linux"

Well, I said, lets try the same thing with the boot-floppy....-> same error

Then I tought...I format my 3GB harddisk to FAT32 and boot with the msdos-system. Then I opened the CD, and load the autoboot.bat from /dosutils/.
So the Installation startet, but he won't identify my SCSI-CD-ROM DRIVE:
I have an Adaptec 7880...(it is in the list)...then I chose it, hit OK...then the Dialog where u can choose between Hard Disk and CD-ROM appears....so its a never ending story ;-)

Well, I don't know, what's wrong....could u please help me?


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Andreas Schenk

Michael Doerner

Re: "Could not find Kernel image: linux" --> wh
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2001, 02:41:37 AM »
Andreas Schenk wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I just downloaded E-Smith 4.0 iso and burned it on a
> cd....everything OK
> boot from cd....very nice coloured text appears with a
> "boot:" then I hit ENTER and then this message appears:
> "Could not find Kernel image: linux"
>
Andreas,

try to do what that coloured screen says in the lower part:

Type in "accept" first .. and then hit enter

Regards,
Michael Doerner