Pablo Ares Gastesi wrote:
> Dear Mr. Martin Schulze <joey@finlandia.Infodrom.North.DE>
> I am new to the Debian/sgi world. I have an Indy machine which
> I'm trying to install. I have downloaded the above file, but, where can
> I get a kernel? The one I have (from hardhat distribution) does not seem
> to work.
The Indy's are big endian machines. This means that you won't be able
to use the packages I have provided. Due to the lack of a proper machine
I can't work on that port, but others are.
Please check out http://www.infodrom.north.de/linx/ , search for mips.
You'll get a bunch of links to read.
Kernels should be found on ftp.linux.sgi.com as well as a hardhat you
could use as start. If you don't like this you can check out how far
the binary-mips port is and look at ftp://ftp.rfc822.org/pub/local/debian/debian
Let's call it an accidental feature. --Larry Wall