[openbeos] Re: Booting the Kernel

  • From: Mark A Johnson <hotplasma@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 19 Oct 2002 14:17:54 -0400

Yeah, but when the scroll lock comes on the computer just locks up. That
is why I am wondering if it is a bug.

Mark

On Sat, 19 Oct 2002 08:58:51 +0200 Jack Burton <burton666@xxxxxxxxxxx>
writes:
> On 2002-10-19 at 05:51:41 [+0200], you wrote:
> > I know the Kernel doesnt have much to offer yet. But I think I 
> just found
> > a bug. Well this part is a given I cannot boot the kernel in raw 
> x86 or
> > in BeBochs. But I noticed something, when booting after a hard 
> reboot.
> > Once it says "Jumping into ...." it stops. But then I notice my 
> keyboard
> > lights change. The default num-lock which is almost always on 
> turned off
> > and switched to scroll lock. And then I have to reboot because 
> nothing
> > else happens. And as of for my second question, I know you are 
> going to
> > say something about how if I had a Null cable/modem that I would 
> see alot
> > of KDL. Well is their a way to coax a null modem when booting in 
> BeBochs.
> > I have tried many things but no success. Any advice would be 
> appreciated.
> 
> Same for me, but hitting the scroll lock key de-freezed the process, 
> and I 
> was able to boot :)
> BTW, every time I enable scroll lock, the kernel becomes very slow.
> 
> 
> 

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