Re: 2.1.36 kernel?
I installed 2.1.36 yesterday and got the same message at
boot time. ( changing owner of /dev/tty1, 2 ) I could however
still log in.
On a second machine, which is running 2.1.2, I tried to
install 2.1.36. I came up OK but I got pppd errors and
masquerading didn't seem to want to work. So I put it
back to 2.1.2.
Should the same /etc/init.d/network and ppp_options.out
and /etc/ppp/options work between versions ?
> From: Hamish Moffatt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Debian Users List <email@example.com>
> Subject: 2.1.36 kernel?
> Date: Friday, April 25, 1997 11:59 PM
> I finally got 2.1.36 compiled and running, including modules
> (still using modules 2.1.23 though, because 2.1.34's depmod
> doesn't seem to work). Now I can't login; it says error
> changing owner of /dev/tty1, 2 etc to whoever logged in.
> telnetting in works though. Back to 2.1.29 ..
> I have the latest things from bo. Anyone else had this problem?
> Hamish Moffatt, StudIEAust
> Student, computer science & computer systems engineering. 3rd year,
> http://yallara.cs.rmit.edu.au/~moffatt (PGP key here) CPOM: [**** ]
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