Re: Kernel 2.6 on a PegasOS?
Quoting Sven Luther <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> PS. Are you (Sven) responsible for the powerpc kernel image? Could you
>> make sure the i8042/atkbd loads automatically? So that less people
>> upgrading from older kernels get problems?
> Well, yes and no.
> On new installs, it works just fine, so maybe the best solution for you is to
> boot the debian-installer in rescue mode, and regenerate the ramdisk or
Shouldn't the pre-/postinst fix this? Since it doesn't work on existing systems...
> Now, do i understand it correctly that :
> 1) you used to run a 2.4.27 kernel (i wonder why, this one is no more
> supported since early 2005 or even earlier on the pegasos).
Yes. That's about when I got it. I've been trying to get a 2.6 kernel working for
about a year or so. The kernels availible in woody/sarge didn't work, hence I had
to upgrade to sid (2.6.17). I wasn't TO happy to be forced to upgrade to sid, but
it wasn't that big-a-deal..
> 2) you installed a debian 2.6.x kernel. Was it a 2.6.8 from sarge, or a more
> recent 2.6.1 from etch/sid ?
First the 2.6.8 from sarge which didn't work, then 2.6.1 from sid which both
work (albeight the i8042/atkbd isn't loaded _with_ the kernel).
> 3) you are using initramfs-tools or yaird for generating the ramdisk (if you
> have 2.6.1 that is).
turbo@pegasos:~$ dpkg -l \*init\*
ii initramfs-tools 0.66 tools for generating an initramfs
ii initrd-tools 0.1.84.1 tools to create initrd image for prepackaged Linux kernel
ii initscripts 2.86.ds1-14.1 Scripts for initializing and shutting down the system
un linux-initramfs-tool <none> (no description available)
un linux-initrd-tool <none> (no description available)
ii module-init-tools 3.2.2-3 tools for managing Linux kernel modules
> If you replied to these questions (again maybe, sorry, but it is good to
> restart from a common ground), i will try my best to solve this issue.
No worries. This have been my _only_ PPC/PegasOS issue, I bet
you've had miljons in the last year :)
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