Re: debian-powerpc: kernel-source-2.4.1 on powerbook
The webpage mentions using rsync from the fsmlabs repository but it
doesn't work (at least for me). I get the following.
$ rsync bitkeeper.fsmlabs.com::linuxppc_2_4 linuxppc_2_4
failed to connect to bitkeeper.fsmlabs.com - Connection refused
Is it broken ???
Michael Heironimus wrote:
If you want a working PowerPC kernel you should grab the ppc tree
with either rsync or bitkeeper. For access to the bitkeeper
repository, refer to http://www.fsmlabs.com/linuxppcbk.html. You can
also rsync from ppc.samba.org::linux-pmac-devel, which I think has
some more experimental drivers. I'm running 2.4.2 from bitkeeper on a
2000 PowerBook (Firewire) with no real problems. Be aware that these
are both developing source trees, so they get changes on a regular