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Re: Compiling a kernel that works

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> From: csmall@enc.com.au (Craig Small)
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> Hello,
>   I seem to be having a lot of problems getting a kernel that will work
> on the sparc64 arch.  All I need it to do is to use a VPN protocol - any
> VPN protocol.
> Here is my sorry tale of VPNs
>   - IPsec - doesn't work because the ioctls fail
>   - l2tpd - bus error
>   - pptpd kernel oops if i try to merge the modules in, cannot use new 
>     kernel because of the following problem
> When I try to compile a kernel and then boot it I get this:
> Boot device: disk  File and args:                                               

 If you really just need any vpn try tunnel vision or OpenVPN.


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