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Re: Debian on mac68k

On 2/24/16 8:56 AM, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
>>> In general, ADB works fine (on m68k and powerpc). Regarding the LC III, 
>>> AFAIK, the Egret driver has always been unstable but YMMV. Having seen the 
>>> code, I no longer take an interest in old v2.x kernels.
>> Yellowdog Linux 3.0 with a 2.4.32 kernel and updated gcc and binutils
>> has been pretty stable on my nubus ppc 601 system (though it's only an
>> NFS server). Perhaps the better ADB code could be backported to the
>> 2.x kernels for systems that can't run anything later..
> You want to backport something to 2.x kernels, from 2.4.32? Do you want
> to use an even older kernel?

No. I was responding to the comment that the ADB code in 2.x kernels
isn't good, implying it is better in 4.x kernels. So I was wondering
whether the better Linux 4.x ADB code could be backported to 2.x


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