Re: debian on origin200
Stuart Longland wrote:
> f13o wrote:
> > i have here Origin200 and want to pu debian on it. Until now i'have been using
> > slackware, so my host machine is slack10.0 at the moment.
> So long as you can run NFS, TFTP and BOOTP from it, all is fine there :-)
> > After downloading all debian-mips ISOs, i prepared 1st for "repacking".
> > Actually, I am at the moment of compiling a kernel for ip27. I have found
> > kernel-ip27 config but it doesn't work (?), so i used deefault (?) for
> > /usr/src/linux/arch/mips/kernel (or some similar path, i am not at my machine)
> > and when it tries to compile sais something like:
> > "cannot find mips64-..-gcc .."
> Did you enable the 64-bit kernel option? Not sure if Origin 200 is
> actually 64-bit capable (I don't own one myself). I'd first try
> building a 32-bit kernel, then tinker with it later.
JFTR, the O200 requires a 64bit kernel. 32bit isn't supported.