Re: Stable kernel tree
>> Excuseme for my poor information: my iBook is the old model (the
>> orange one) and I have a kernel 2.4.14 working (quite)
>> fine. Everything is good with this but when i compiled it I put the
>> support for hfs file system as module and so ybin doesn't work; now I
>> have no more the source for this and new sources doesn't work for me.
Derrik> You don't need HFS filesystem support in the kernel. The ybin installer
Derrik> (now part of the Yaboot package) uses the userspace HFS tools (hfsutils)
Derrik> for creating the HFS filesystem and copying files for the bootstrap
Are you talking about the -M command line option?
I tried to use but I got nothing....
clementino:~# ybin -M -v
ybin: Interrupt caught ... exiting
Module Size Used by Tainted: P
hfs 85292 0 (unused)
nvram 1984 0 (autoclean)
pmac_nvram 11984 0 (autoclean) [nvram dmasound_pmac]
clementino:~# uname -a
Linux clementino 2.4.14-pre2-ben0 #4 Sun Oct 28 10:24:19 CET 2001 ppc unknown
And I hear something (again my information are poor, sorry) about a
little bug in yaboot/ybin using them on kernels with hfs support built
P.S. : this is the best kernel I got for my iBook old version because
this the only problem. All the other features are going good.
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