Re: Solution for issue with PicassoII and flickering pixels
On Sun, Feb 05, 2006 at 06:25:09PM -0500, Peter Krummrich wrote:
> I loaded the kernel image archive and the yaird archive, installed yaird
> directly from the .deb-file using dpkg, got error messages stating that
> yaird depends on dash, libhtml-template-perl, and libparse-recdescent-perl,
> installed these three packages from my Sarge 3.1r1 CD set using aptitude.
> When installing the kernel-image from the .deb-file using dpkg, I got an
> error message that dpkg is not able to set-up the package.
That is strange, works on my Amiga and Mac, but on the Atari I got a similar
message an no clue for what could be wrong. Maybe there is some truth in the
yaird needs a running 2.6 kernel to create the initrd? But IIRC it worked on
the Mac. Anyhow, all drivers you need are built in (SCSI, IDE), optional
drivers (ethernet) can be loaded as module from the filesystem. I should
switch off the initrd building, does not work (yet) for us anyhow.
> The kernel will be located at 0x08000000
> Kernel is compressed
> Uncompressing kernel image
> Compressed image too large! Aborting.
> Are there any other tricks necessary to boot a 2.6 kernel image?
As Ingo said, uncompress it, this is a "feature" of amiboot and/or linux2.6.
gunzip -cd /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-1-amiga > /amiga/vmlinux-2.6.15-1-amiga
from Linux. Adjust the output file to your needs, obviously.