Re: Is it wise to try hurd at mobile computer?
On Sun, May 20, 2001 at 02:16:10PM -0500, Daniel E Baumann wrote:
> On Mon, May 21, 2001 at 01:22:48AM +0800, mailing wrote:
> > > I am successfully running the Hurd on a Gateway Solo 2150 laptop. Some people may
> > > encounter hardware problems if they are sharing an IRQ or something, but for me the
> > > Hurd boots up fine on my laptop. You need to provide us with the complete error
> > > message or with more information on what it is doing and also maybe 'cat
> > > /proc/interrupts' from GNU/Linux too.
> > >
> > > Also, there's no pcmcia support so unless you have a NIC installed on the PCI bus or
> > > whatever you won't be able to do networking with it.
> > >
> > > Dan
> > It is ok for me to try hurd without Networking, but I would like to ask how can I use MAKEDEV to create a file handler for my CDROM?
> > Besides, can I now run vi with hurd? I don't know how to use ae.
> You can ap-get install vim ;). Well you need to do ./MAKEDEV hdX where X is the ide
> number starting at 0 for the first ide, etc. so use the one for your CD-ROM
> (assuming you're not using SCSI). Then set up the translator:
> settrans -c /cdrom /hurd/isofs /dev/hdX
Oh and just for the record Marcus gave me the instructions in #hurd on how to set up the
CD-ROM translator :P. There are you happy now ;).
Daniel E Baumann email@example.com
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