Re: Debian is still incompatible with Dell XPi Laptops
Steve Dunham <email@example.com> writes:
> Is there any reason to use bzimage kernels? Are our kernels large
> enough to require it?
I think it's required because we have to compile in every module under
the sun so we can handle all kinds of systems. Without bzImages, the
kernel would be too big.
> (This problem bit me again today because I was trying to replace a
> working Red Hat 4.8 installation on my laptop with Debian.)
Try using the tecra disks under disks-i386/current/tecra (or something
similar). Worked for me on a Fujitsu Lifebook that had the same
Rob Browning <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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