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Re: Potato install problems

Richard (And others...)

I built and used a cross compiler, gcc 2.95.2 to build the 
2.2.10 with patches, and it seemed to work ok.

The Mac patches for 2.2.14 may be specialized for mac only, thats
only a guess.

WOW, 2.4.0-test6 came up? I haven't tried it yet, did you have much 
fiddling to make it work?

BTW does the MVME147 require anything beyond the 2.2.10 patch? I may
get a chance to try that soon.


Richard Hirst wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 11:51:33AM -0700, John K. Stevenson wrote:
> > Richard:
> > Two quick questions:
> > 1. GCC 2.92.2 works for this, doesn't it?
> Probably, but I think Debian use 2.7.2, so I did too.  For a long time
> 2.7.2 was the only approved gcc for kernel building - don't know if that
> is still the case.
> > 2. Is there a later kernel patch available? Like 2.2.14 or so?
> Jes has not released anything beyond 2.2.10 (in the 2.2 series), and
> 2.2.10 is the most up to date patch for m68k in potato.  Mac guys may
> have 2.2.14 patches, I think, but I've no idea how good they would be
> on non-mac 68k h/w.
> I just booted 2.4.0-test6 on my MVME166 :-)
> Richard
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