Re: [FOLLOWUP] Getting 2.2 kernel to work on AS500/333
On Sat, Sep 11, 1999 at 12:03:52AM +0200, Paul Slootman wrote:
> On Thu 09 Sep 1999, Adam Klein wrote:
> > Just checking to see if this was missed, or if nobody has any answers WRT
> > it.
> I think no one has answers...
> > On Thu, Sep 02, 1999 at 03:05:05PM -0700, Adam Klein wrote:
> > > I installed slink pretty easily, and running Debian on an Alpha (after running
> > > it on i386 for 2.5 years) is great! However, I've had trouble getting a
> > > 2.2 kernel to work. I've tried both 2.2.7 and 2.2.12. They both hang
> > > after attempting to load the qlogicisp scsi driver. It works fine with
> > > 2.0.36 (and MILO 2.0.35). What should I do? Do I need a newer MILO?
> > > Should I use aboot instead?
> It sounds like a bug has crept into the qlogic driver somewhere between
> 2.0.36 and 2.2 ... Probably one of those 64-bit things so that only
> Alpha suffers ;-(
> Digging into the code might be the best thing. Perhaps use a symbios
> 810 in the meantime (while debugging), works perfectly for me in 2.2.12
> and pretty cheap.
Ick, I don't really feel like debugging this ATM. I'm trying to run a
webserver on this thing...
> > > P.S.: Does anyone know of a good (although that's a bit of an oxymoron :)
> > > FrontPage Extensions replacement that'll run on Linux/Alpha?
> I think many are curious why you would want a replacement?
I work for an ISP, and some of our customers want FrontPage Extensions,
but the only version that MS provides is for i386. I know it's insecure
and all, but I've got to believe it's better than running NT :)