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thanks for replying. Let see this new kernel...
Altivec goes away, as the PowerBook does not need it, hopefully not
for long... Support fot the Parallel port and the dummy devices is
already de-selected (it was about time). There is no more USB-SCSI
support, that used to be de-selectec, so this is ok too. Let's give
it a try. make dep is ok. make complaints:
drivers/usb/usbdrv.o: In function `usbdevfs_cleanup':
drivers/usb/usbdrv.o(.text+0xd7c4): undefined reference to `unregister_filesystem'
drivers/usb/usbdrv.o(.text+0xd7c4): relocation truncated to fit: R_PPC_REL24 unregister_filesystem
make: *** [vmlinux] Error 1
By de-selecting "Preliminary USB device filesystem" (too bad), the
compilation terminates nicely. Let see whether it boots...
CRASH! OH! I hate this part...
vector: 300 at pc=c019b8b8, msr=9032, sp=c0415820 [c0415770]
dar = d0001304, dsisr=42000000
current=c0414000, pid=1, common=swapper
Ok, I had xmon enabled. I am running the latest distribution (a mix
of stable and unstable, all the latest packages I want) on a Lombard.