Re: Linux 2.4 on PowerBook G3 pismo
On Tue, 2002-07-09 at 12:56, Paul Caspi wrote:
> I am running Debian Linux 3 (woody) on my PowerBook G3 pismo and a
> 2.2.19 kernel. Everything is fine but I would like to move to a 2.4
> kernel in order to get usb floppy and power management support.
> I installed a standard debian 2.4.18 kernel by using apt-get.
Which one exactly?
> Script started on Wed Jul 3 22:52:29 2002
> root@arve:~# xinit
> warning: process set to nice value 0 instead of -10 as requested
> _XSERVTransSocketOpen: socket() failed for local
> _XSERVTransSocketOpenCOTSServer: Unable to open socket for local
> _XSERVTransOpen: transport open failed for local/arve:0
> _XSERVTransMakeAllCOTSServerListeners: failed to open listener for local
> This is a pre-release version of XFree86, and is not supported in any
> way. Bugs may be reported to XFree86@XFree86.Org and patches submitted
> to fixes@XFree86.Org. Before reporting bugs in pre-release versions,
> please check the latest version in the XFree86 CVS repository
> XFree86 Version 220.127.116.11 / X Window System
> (protocol Version 11, revision 0, vendor release 6510)
> Release Date: 21 December 2001
> If the server is older than 6-12 months, or if your card is
> newer than the above date, look for a newer version before
> reporting problems. (See http://www.XFree86.Org/FAQ)
> Build Operating System: Linux 2.4.18-powerpc-smp ppc [ELF]
> ... loading the conf ...
> (II) XINPUT: Adding extended input device "Configured Mouse" (type: MOUSE)
> ._FontTransSocketOpen: socket() failed for unix
> _FontTransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for unix
> _FontTransOpen: transport open failed for unix/arve:7100
> Could not init font path element unix/:7100, removing from list!
> _X11TransSocketOpen: socket() failed for local
> _X11TransSocketOpenCOTSClient: Unable to open socket for local
> _X11TransOpen: transport open failed for local/arve:0
> xinit: Address family not supported by protocol (errno 97): unexpected signal 2
Looks like there's no support for UNIX sockets. Maybe it's available as
a module, I think it'd just be called 'unix'.
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper)/ Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc) developer
XFree86 and DRI project member / CS student, Free Software enthusiast
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