Re: Potato woes
> Giuliano P Procida <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I upgraded a fairly fresh install of Slink to Potato (of about 16 hours
> > ago). Since then the system has gone mad (seemingly random dates within
> > 1970 are reported). I don't think this is a problem with the date command
> > as pppd also reports negative times and generally fails to work. I'm
> > using the 2.0.36 jensen kernel from the CD.
> > Moving to a 2.2.6 kernel seems to fix the date problems but due to
> > multiple oopses 2.2.6 is unusable. In fact, I'll only use it to get a
> > working PPP when I need to download some more .debs.
> > Any advice?
> Try to fix the kernel. 2.0.36 just doesn't work, its to old. You need
> a fairly new kernel for potato.
Humm, while waiting for the 2.2 kernel to stabilize, 2.0.36 has proved
rock solid (altough you need separate patches to compile on Alpha).
I am curious about what exactly make a 2.2 kernel required for potato
(a 2.2 kernel still require the previously posted patch for RTC)? It
would be a bad idea to require it, it would make the upgrade procedure
more complex, and error-prone.
- Potato woes
- From: Giuliano P Procida <email@example.com>
- Re: Potato woes
- From: Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org>