Re: PowerPC kernel repository (was: Woody on IBM RS/6000 7025 F50)
It sounds good to me. I would like to contribute the rs6k effort on
We need to get boot floppies which work as soon as possible. Also, we need
to get working install cdroms.
Rolf Brudeseth/Austin/IBM@IBMUS on 08/23/2002 10:23:51 AM
To: "Chris Tillman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Subject: PowerPC kernel repository (was: Woody on IBM RS/6000 7025 F50)
> On Thu, Aug 22, 2002 at 10:06:56PM +0300, George Karaolides wrote:
> > Further to my previous post about the serial port slowing down during
> > booting, here are the interrupts. It took an hour and a half to get to
> > shell...
> > It doesn't look like there's anything amiss. Anyone have any other
> Is it possible your terminal is set to a different rate than the kernel
> is communicating on? On Macs, the OF rate is 38400, but when I would
> pass 9600 to the kernel in the boot argument without changing the rate
> on the terminal, I would get something like that.
> *------v--------- Installing Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 --------v------*
> | <http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/installmanual> |
> | debian-imac: <http://debian-imac.sourceforge.net> |
> | Chris Tillman email@example.com |
> | To Have, Give All to All (ACIM) |
Following the various install attempts on IBM hardware documented in this
mailing list, for a given architecture, it is clear that we have been using
kernels of different origin. It appears to me that we would benefit from
having a kernel repository with pre-compiled kernels. I know how to compile
a kernel; however, I prefer to use pre-compiled kernels that have been
built by people that fully understand the requirements for which source
tree to choose, patches to apply, compiler versions to use, etc. This way
we are all working with a common set of kernels.
Does this sound like a reasonable request?
If so, could someone create the following URL:
with the following sub-directories:
Then add the following to each sub-directory:
pSeries System Engineering & Integration, IBM Enterprise Systems Group
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