Can't boot 'kernel' message when trying to boot from USB .
I have installed pfSense on a AMD64-X2 computer without problems, but this time I am testing on an older machine (512MB RAM), and my attempts to boot from MenStick USB version always stop at the beggining , with just a message:
Can't boot 'kernel'
No more error messages, just the usual stuff of "Booting … etc".
I request some help, please. How can I boot (and thus install) pfSense when this error happens?
Of course, I can write down any additional info, but isn't it possible to obtain more data of the problem than such a simple error message?
These are the versions I have tested (created with Rufus):
pfSense-memstick-2.3-ALPHA-amd64-20160101-0738.img pfSense-memstick-2.2.6-RELEASE-i386-20151221-1450.img pfSense-memstick-2.3-BETA-i386-20160117-0430.img
Answering myself: solved booting via LiveCD.
It should be some problem with the USB booting routines, maybe due to a rather old machine :