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Re: woody on pc164 questions


well here is the short version.
blew away debian and installed redhat 7.2 alpha.
downloaded linux-2.4.18 from www.kernel.org.
configured it for pc164, no modules, everything in
the kernel. same as under debian woody.
the only problem is with the tulip nic.
it will not work on the 10baseT jack, but
works on the aui with an old cabletronic transciever.

debian woody, the tulip worked on the 10baseT jack,
but would not boot a 2.4.x kernel.

so for now it is working.

a pc164 is an apple
a pc164sx is an orange

cannot compare the them together. all different
fruits which rolled different ways from the tree.

On Tue, 9 Jul 2002, Craig Small wrote:

> On Sat, Jul 06, 2002 at 11:38:42AM -0500, terrylr@blauedonau.com wrote:
> > 
> > i have installed potato on a pc164.
> > i have upgraded to woody.
> > i installed the kernel 2.4.18 generic image.
> > i installed the kernel 2.4.18 source.
> I got a PC164SX and it's running 2.4.18 fine.
> > the machine hangs when attempting to boot any
> > kernel other than the original 2.2r6 vmlinuz-2.2.19
> > kernel.
> Hmm, check and double check your kernel settings, if all else fails make
> a generic alpha kernel rather than one specific to your model.
> > has anyone had any success compiling and booting
> > 2.4.18 on a pc164?
> 2.95.4
>   - Craig

Terry L. Ridder ><>

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