Re: It's time to get rid of zImage (fwd)
Ok, everything tests out fine on my end.
IBM ThinkPad 560
P133, 40mb, 2.1gb
11.3" DSTN, 1mb
Both 2.2.15 and 2.4.0-test1 bzImage kernels booted just fine.
As an aside more directly to debian-testing, this was by far the easiest
and most error-free installation of Debian ever, especially considering
that it was done on my ThinkPad. Everything installed and worked properly
the first time: X, Gnome, Netscape and many other packages. The only
thing I had to do was re-compile the kernel to get sound working.
Copious kudos to all :)
> Oops....ok. :)
> I'll make a bzImage kernel using 2.4.0-test1 sources, unless I should use
> a later patch...???
> Lemme know........... :)
> > On Tue, 13 Jun 2000, Matthew Thompson wrote:
> > > I have a ThinkPad 560 P133. I'm doing a fresh install as we speak from
> > > the 2.2.15-2000-06-07 disks as I write this.
> > >
> > > I'll compile a custom bzImage kernel from 2.2.15 sources and report back
> > > the results.
> > HPA may be talking about 2.4.0 kernels, I don't know.. Certainly it would
> > be good to know if the problem exists in 2.2 or not..
> > Jason
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