99% sure that your problem is binaries for 486 and up, had this problem
installing RedHat 7.1 on a 486 with no CDROM drive - did the installation
on a Pentium 3, then it would not boot, compiled a new kernel for 486,
installed that on the P 3, now it booted on the 486 but would not run
init. The binaries were for 686 and refused to run...
PS. There should be a choich when installing RedHat in advanced mode what
processor you want to install for - often enough the computer you are
installing on is not quite the same as the one it will be running on.
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