Re: Rocket Port ISA card and LINUX
I currently use the Rocketport here under 2.0.6 and 2.0.27
I just recompiled the V1.12 driver as I was using the 1.10 driver from way
The driver compiled OK but I DO have autoconf.h on the system. I have it
This is possibly because I have the full source installed for some
If it is of any help I can provide the compiled drivers from both 2.0.6 &
The 2.0.6 driver is currently in use (V1.10) with the basic Debian kernel.
I can also build the 1.12 driver with the stabdard kernel if you wish.
Hope this helps
> Date: Wed, 23 Apr 1997 17:17:21 -0500
> From: Lauralyn Gorham <email@example.com>
> It is a customer of a coworker of mine from the UK. I'm in the US, so
> don't know when I can get an answer to which version of libc he has. I
> know he has the kernal revision 2.0.21. To be honest, I don't know if
> customer has Debian, but I do. I was hoping by installing Debian
> that I could duplicate his problem or at least investigate it a little.
> I'm beginning to realize even more how different the distributions
>It's not so much that the distributions are different (everyone puts the
>include files in /usr/include and the kernel files in /usr/src/linux).
>The trouble comes when users don't install all of the packages, for what
>they might consider to be good and proper reasons (why do they need
>kernel sources, etc.). At this point, it's a question of what the right
>packages are to install, and there the various distributions seriously
>The good news is that this is basically an install issue, and once we
>get through these install issues will hopefully be the end of most of
>the users' problems.
> - Ted
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