bohoomil wrote:It's called kernel panic. First of all, boot your computer from a LiveCD and check the content of log files. Then disable all daemons and modules and check if you can boot to a minimal console environment.
3.1. 32-bit base changed to i686
Fedora 11 had i586 as the base 32-bit x86 architecture.
For Fedora 12, we are switching to i686 as the base architecture (including CMOV), and improving support for Atom processors.
This means we will lose support for the following CPU families:
Intel i586 (all)
cra wrote:I installed kernel by changing architecture param in pacman.conf, running pacman -Syy and pacman -S linux, as described in the corresponding page on the wiki, but without reinstalling every single package I haveDo that step.EDIT:cra wrote:Any of them works when inserted separately, but when I install both, I see kernel panic upon starting X on my i686 Arch installation (and /proc/meminfo