Re: 2 problems
> 1. The first problem is with the kernel. I went to penguinppc.org
> and followed the directions to get the source from the stable tree.
> However, it looks like all of the code is checked into SCCS
> directories. How do I get the actual source out?
Hmm, I don't know about that specific kernel distribution. AFAIR, SCSS
is Bitkeeper related. I recommend to get benh's kernel
(http://penguinppc.org/~benh/). Following the instructions there you
can rsync the latest kernel source.
> 2. The second problem is with x. It appears that X is not allowing
> external connections. I am running my ibook on a small network here
> are my house. I have run xhost +ipaddr for another linux box
> (i386). I then ssh to that box and set the DISPLAY variable to
> point to my ibook. However, when I try to launch a X program, the
> display attempt is refused. Is there some default parameter that is
> being set that tells X to refuse external connections?
You don't need xhost. Why don't you just try the X11 forwarding in
ssh? Make sure, that X11Forwarding is set in /etc/ssh/sshd_config. Do
not export $DISPLAY either, ssh should do that automagically. You can
force X11 forwarding on the client side with "ssh -X".