RE: Recompile Kernel
> I think you have just chosen the wrong one.
> Hope, that it helps,
You're absolutely right! In fact, only compiling i386 binaries, I had
But, I cannot get any kernel to boot that is not stock.
I tried the latest kernel, but after failed attempts, downloaded the
debian kernal and config that ships with install. I recompiled that
kernel, but it still failed to load.
Here's an example:
Welcome to quik. mate is good.
Debian GNU/Linux PowerPC (sarge)chosen/bootargs =
initrd imagename = /boot/initrd.img-2.6.8-powerpc, mem_size: 1403724
|Starting at 48510005, , 7237632
DEFAULT CATCH!, code=FFF00400 at %SRR0: 48510004 %SRR1: 40003070
I have no idea where to go with this. Any suggestions?
The default boot kernel looks like this:
initrd imagename = /boot/initrd.img-2.6.8-powerpc, mem_size: 3026892
\Starting at 510000, , 8859648
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