Re: Potato install problems
Two quick questions:
1. GCC 2.92.2 works for this, doesn't it?
2. Is there a later kernel patch available? Like 2.2.14 or so?
Richard Hirst wrote:
> Sounds like you havn't applied kernel-patch-...deb or perhaps you
> are not using gcc 2.7.2. Building the debian kernel normally goes
> something like this:
> devel/kernel-patch-2.2.10-m68k_2.2.10-7_all.deb (from dists/woody - equivalent
> from potato is probably fine for you)
> then proceeded as follows:
> cd /usr/src
> tar xzf kernel-source-2.2.10.tar.gz
> cd kernel-source-2.2.10
> mkdir debian
> run-parts /usr/src/kernel-patches/m68k/2.2.10/apply
> cp ../kernel-patches/m68k/2.2.10/config.mvme147 .config
> make-kpkg --revision 2.2.10-rgh1 --subarch mvme147 --arch_in_name kernel_image
> Rather than make-kpkg at that point you can 'make oldconfig; make dep...'
> On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 10:27:59AM +0100, Lars Hecking wrote:
> > After running RedHat/m68k for a long time, I've finally decided to give
> > Debian a try. I had quite a few problems with the installation (may post
> > about this in a few days), but the most urgent issue right now is that I
> > can't compile a kernel.
> > Compile dies in arch/m68k/fpsp040:
> > bindec.S: Assembler messages:
> > bindec.S:487:Error: Value of -512 too large for field of 1bytes at 511
> > I couldn't find this in the debian list archives or my personal, incomplete
> > linux-m68k archive [the official archive at aire.ncl.uk is currently (?)
> > unavailable]. Kernel 2.2.10 is indeed running on the RedHat side, so I
> > know it can be done :)
> > A3000/040, Debian 2.2r0, kernel 2.2.10 sources from cd, configured for
> > 68040/68060.
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