Re: bogl: don't know screen type 1
On Fri, 11 Sep 2009, Kolbj?rn Barmen wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Sep 2009, mike wrote:
> > I tried to boot 2.6.29 or whatever... It was so slow compared to 2.4 i
> > donno what to say, except its crap. Not a surprise if gcc produces
> > crappier and crappier 68k binaries anyway. Why the hell isnt freescale
> > on top of this? Fuck damn they should be on top of this and the
> > 68050/70 the natami is trying out, and bloody include talent like Carl
> > S and Dave H that know what the heck the 68k, electronics, and the
> > amiga is about....
> For what it's worth - my m68k systems runs current linux kernel, 2.6.30,
> compiled with gcc 4.2.4 just fine, and I have not see any slow-down,
> apart from obvious things in bootup, like initiating udev, creating
> nodes and similar things that have nothing to do with kernel itself. I
> also make sure to compile my kernels with only the modules that makes
> sense for the hardware I run it on.
What happened to devtmpfs I wonder.
> My systems are one A1200 with Blizzard 1230III (030+882@50MHz) and 32MB
> RAM, one A1200 with Blizzard 1260 (060@50MHz) and 64MB RAM, and one Mac
> Quadra 910 (040@25MHz) with 64MB RAM. Oh and my build box, Aranym with a
> 040@100-180MHz depending on host at bootup, and for the time being,
> 256MB RAM (allthough, it is down ATM, fixing filesystem disaster after I
> somehow managed to launch aranym twice on same disk image :P)
Can't file locking prevent that? Sounds like a bug...
> The A1200 with Blizz1230III has been running more or less non-stop since
> 1997 with only a break now and then when moving between locations, being
> installed into new tower solutions, and infrequent kernel updates,
> I dont use debian though, I use gentoo since it gives me a tool
> (portage) to build packages the way I want them, stripped where needed,
> bloated for the things I care about. Almost everything is buildt -Os.
> So, in the end, I'm not so sure that what you complain about is for
> -- kolla
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