--- Björn Johansson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> I have been using Debian(Slink) for a couple of days now, it's really,
> >> really buggy :(.
> > I didn't know/think slink works on powerpc at all?
> Well, It don't. It's using my slow 040.
Well, then you should rather post to email@example.com I guess...
> > You need a special kernel (the latest is 2.2.10) for APUS.
> Yes I know. But then I haveto use the potato version, and since it's
> still is in BETA-stage I thought it would be better to use a stable
> version. That's why I chose Slink.
potato is currently in 'frozen' state, there is no 'BETA' state in Debian.
What ware you afraid of WRT stability? I've been using potato for about a
year and haven't had major problems with it, can't remember any real problem
in the last few months.
> APUS 2.2.10, exactly what is the name of the file?
> I *think* I already have it, hmm..
You also need
> When it comes to the "Slink" version, is it possible for me to get a better
> kernel than: 2.0.36 somewhere? (for the m68k of course)
(but as you're concerned about stability... :)
You'll have to build the kernel yourself.
Maybe you could also take a kernel-package from potato, don't know about the
> It's not possible to use the APUS-kernel with the Slink distribution,
> right? Maybe a stupid question but I haveto know ;).
You mean with the one you have? No. PPC and m68k aren't binary compatible.
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