RE: Install on scsi (new G4 1ghz)
check in your /boot. there should be a config-2.4.xx file in there.
this is a copy of the .config file that was used to generate the current
kernel that you are using (assuming you are using the same kernel from your
install). copy this into /usr/src/linux directory as .config and you should
be ready to go.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: marco [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 4:36 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Install on scsi (new G4 1ghz)
> Hi I want to install on a scsi disk.
> The scsi card is a aha-2930CU.
> I need to compile a new kernel with aic7xxx support but I'm
> new to this and it doesn't works... (it stops on kernel
> launch and I must do a hard reboot)
> Now my question is :
> Is it possible to have THE .config of the install cd 2.4
> kernel ? I could just modify the scsi support for my card.
> Or heve someone ever installed debian on a similar machine
> who can send me his .config file ?
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