Re: K6 or 386 kernel
Kent West wrote:
> Tom Penharston wrote:
> >Thanks. I've read that hardware can be dealt with in different
> >If I get a stable command-line boot and if it's possible to
> >the kernel http://www.desktop-linux.net/debkernel.htm
> >...should I start with a 386 or K6 installation?
> Are you asking whether you should select the 386 or the K6 option in
> your configuration phase of kernel compilation? I'd start with the K6
> (assuming you're the same guy asking a similar question earlier and
> a K6 board - I generally don't keep threads, and I'm too lazy to go
> it up).
> If you're asking which kernel you should boot off of before even
> starting the compilation process, I'd say K6 (same assumption above)
> unless it causes problems that the 386 does not.
> If you're asking something else, sorry; I don't yet understand your
Yes, I'm the same poster with the old K6 board. The board supported
Mandrake 9.2 without too much trouble so I'm inclined to think that
Debian has a chance.