Bug#687448: Kernel compiled with 4.7.1-8 fails to boot
On 13.09.2012 12:37, Matthias Klose wrote:
On 12.09.2012 22:13, Giacomo Catenazzi wrote:
I cannot boot 3.6-rc5 (and some later) kernels. It blocks the kernel at very beginning (uncompress?)
- does this mean, that earlier kernels built with -8 work ok?
I don't know. I tested -8 only on new kernels.
dpkg -i *_4.7.1-7_* on /var/cache/apt/archives/ solved my problems.
Reproducible (but not very debuggable).
- architecture, optimization flags?
- how is the build reproducible?
Standard vanilla kernels from git. No special flags.
Reproducible: I tried a some kernels with old and new compiler (yes: I
started to git bisect the kernel). With old compiler I have bootable
kernel, with new compiler the kernel block at very beginning.
So if you have a hint about what patch should I remove/apply, I could
check if it solve the problem.
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