> I have recently downloaded the Redhat SMP kernel pacakages (rpm) and xfs
> tools from oss.sgi.com. The packages installed without error. I created a
> ramdisk image from the new kernel and updated lilo with the following
> When I run lilo, I get the following output:
> [root@generic /boot]# lilo -t
> Added linux *
> Added linux-up
> Fatal: Kernel /boot/vmlinux-2.4.2-SGI_XFS_1.0smp is too big
> So far, I have not been able to work around this problem.
> The system is a dual P4 Xeon with 2GB RAM and 18GB ultra-3 scsi disk.
> Currently it is running Redhat 7.1 with the stock smp kernel.
> Any assistance with this will be appreciated.
First of all your timing was bad - 1.0.1 just came out, so there is
a much more recent kernel out there in rpm format now.
Secondly, you need to point lilo at the vmlinuz version of this file
not the vmlinux version.
> Mark Tucker
> GE Corporate Research and Development
> Unix Systems Consultant
> Logic Technology Inc.