Thanks for the report.
It looks like the default kernel config in the v2alpha distribution is
not compatible with the virtualized environment from your VPS. In my
experience the kernel config in the v2alpha distribution works for
Google Cloud and Linode, but it may or may not work on other cloud
platforms, depending on the exact details.
Can you please share which VPS provider you are using?
Have you checked for documentation from your VPS provider to see how
to compile custom kernels to boot on their platform? They will
probably have a set of kernel config lines that you need to add before
building your kernel.
On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 12:23 PM Konstantin Grande
> Hello Neal,
> I've tried to install it to VPS on Debian 11 (kernel 5.10).
> 5.13.12 didn't work there - no boot (error "kvm: no hardware support").
> So I've just changed it to 5.10.0 in the Makefile. And voila! The same xD
> What am I doing wrong?
> понедельник, 23 августа 2021 г. в 17:18:26 UTC+3, Neal Cardwell:
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