Re: Re: apus feedback
>Well, since you seem to be the first one to even test the apus kernels since i
>released them month ago, there is not much i can do. There is some hope from
>Simon Richter, who has both the hardware and the competence, but let's see
>what this brings.
Greetings from a rookie APUS user. I've been running APUS for a couple of weeks now, using the 2.4.20-1 kernel from linux-apus.sourceforge.net
I tried 2.4.25, but bootstrap fails, "couldn't allocate memory"
Perhaps there is a bootstrap newer than v5.6 somewhere?
>Ok, i would be interested in you booting the 2.4.25 kernel, or even one of the
>2.6 ones. Simon Richter already did some tentatives at this, but it seems he
>is facing some dissapearance of apusboot code or something such.
If you tell me where I can find them, I'll happily try some 2.6 kernels
One more question, concerning my CV-PPC: How do I get it working with the glint driver? 'lspci' finds nothing on /proc/bus/pci, so I'm guessing I need to enable support for the PCI-bridge somehow? how?
Anyways, thanks for giving me the ability to run Opera on my Amiga :)
btw here are my specs:
Phase5 CS-PPC-200/060-60, 128 MB Fast
IBM 9.1 GB 10000rpm UWSCSI HD, IBM 4.5 GB 7200rpm UWSCSI HD on cybppc.device (Debian 3.0r2 on the 4.5 GB)
Toshiba 40x SCSI CDROM on scsi.device
Yamaha 6x4x16 SCSI CDRW on scsi.device