Re: compiling kernel
> On Fri, Jul 07, 2000 at 04:03:37PM -0500, Josh wrote:
> > Compiling the kernel seemed to go ok. Rebooted fine. When I tried to install
> > PCMCIA stuff, some weird things happened. Such as:
> > module directory:
> > /lib/modules/188.8.131.52.16 /pcmcia not found
> > This message came up a few times during the end of PCMCIA 'make install' (man probe
> then that, dep mod then that etc). A /lib/modules/184.108.40.206.16 directory does
> > exist.
> > Also during PCMCIA 'make config', it said my kernel version number is 220.127.116.11.16.
> > Why not 2.2.16? Did something weird happen when I compiled the kernel?
> It looks like something strange is going on here...
> what does uname -a give you? I'm not sure how that your kernel version
> could have been screwed up like that...
Linux debian 18.104.22.168.16 #1 Thu July 6 22:38:31 CDT 2000 ppc unknown
Also, when doing the PCMCIA stuff there was a 'binary operator expected' message before
the other ones (I don't know if that tells you anything).