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My problem is this: Whenever I try to boot eith kernel 2.1.24 the system mounts all filesystems and then locks after 'INIT entering runlevel 5' with no error messages. I already udated mount and sysvinit, and I can still boot with my 2.0.28 kernel. Any Ideas?
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2.1.24 is a beta kernel and you are advise that some problems can show up some times.
2.0.28 is a stable kernel. Use it.
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