Kernel upgrade - while we are on the subject
I have not yet been able to get an STI login on my 715/80.
My machine has two graphics cards and uses an HIL kb / mouse.
I want to use the "stock" graphics card; e.g. (graphics).
Here are some of my boot messages as they appear on the
Command line for kernel: 'root=/dev/sda2 HOME=/ console=tty0 sti=0 sti_font=VGA8x16
Selected kernel: /boot/vmlinux from partition 2
Branching to kernel entry point 0x00100000. If this is the last
message you see, you may need to switch your console. This is
a common symptom -- search the FAQ and mailing list at parisc-linux.org
And thats it. In a few moments I get a login on the dumb terminal, but
nothing further is displayed on the console.
I have experimented and setting sti=1 in PALO makes no difference.
I worked on this a while back and didn't really make any headway, but
I would like to get X running on this thing anytime now.
That business about switching my console, what do they mean? Isn't it
already switched via PALO? Do I need to change some settings somewhere
on the filesystem? Do I need some secret kernel boot option? Should I
try and make a new kernel? If so where is the latest debian source for
the hppa linux kernel?
Wichert Akkerman wrote:
Previously Grant Grundler wrote:
Boot from the 0.9.3 CD, install kernels/libs from CD and reboot?
Kind of hard considering I'm not on site :)