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Re: TFTPbooting potato?

Would anyone have gotten a working i386->sparc cross-compiler that could
fairly easily be packaged? If not, I'll look at modifying the m68k
cross-compiler package in Potato, but last try on that (~4 weeks ago) it
would not build.

Beiad Ian Q. Dalton

On Wed, 22 Mar 2000, Ari Heitner wrote:

> On Wed, 22 Mar 2000, Ben Collins wrote:
> > Machine type would be helpful. Also, trying each of the boot types (tftp,
> > floppy) and reporting success and failures is also helpful. You can also
> > try building your own kernel and testing that with the floppy images (just
> > mount them and replace "linux" with your kernel image).
> > 
> Could you post the .config you're using to build the c and cdm kernels?
> That way we could play around and see what works/doesn't. I'll be home on
> spring break this coming week, and my IPX will be up and idle, so I can do
> some toying around (well, I can reboot and hope it come up :)
> Ari
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