I have managed to get a recent daily i386 installer to work. The box has
been used as a digital video server in a travelling exhibition, and the BIOS
had been reset with a memory hole. This did not affect the installation when
the i486 kernel was selected but hung during re-boot when the (correct) 686
kernel was selected. The re-boot continued normally after removing the
memory hole and re-installing with the 686 kernel using a recent daily
installer.

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Chris Bell



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