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Re: PPC Kernel Newbie

On Monday 08 December 2003 19:00, Matthew Daubenspeck wrote:
> I have rolled 1000 kernels on my x86 machines, and have one last PPC
> machine to finish. Where do I get the standard kernel sources? Do I use
> the same sources from kernel.org?

I personally usually use rsync instead of bkbits, you can find a little bit of 
usefull stuff on the kernel at http://penguinppc.org/dev/kernel.shtml (adding 
() to separate period@endofsentance :).  Depending on your machine's age/
hardware you might want to use the benh tree, which most people around here 
usually recommend because of Ben's extensive work on ppc drivers and such.

Of course, you could always just apt-get the kernel .deb, but that's not as 
much fun. :^)


There's a philosophy that says that banging your head against the wall will 
make people feel sorry for you.  Either that, or they think you're really 
stupid and you get a massive headache.

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