Re: Could woody have different kernel versions
On Fri, 7 Sep 2001, Roland Wegmann wrote:
> I upgraded from potato to woody (testing) because I thought woody has
> a kernel 2.4.x. ... Do I have to install a kernel version 2.4.x
> manually or has the message above nothing to do with the effective
> "woody kernel"?
You have to install one of the kernel packages in woody:
apt-get install kernel-image-2.4.8-powerpc OR
apt-get install kernel-image-2.2.19-pmac
If you're using ybin/yaboot with a normal configuration then this is all
you need to do. With other bootloaders you may need to copy the kernel to
an appropriate location and configure your bootloader. If you install the
2.4 kernel, be sure to also install and configure devfsd.
> Is there any command that shows which kernel is working ( I read a lot
> but found nothing)?