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Re: Upgrading the kernel

In article <4Bui.KX.49@gated-at.bofh.it> you wrote:
> Anita Lewis <ajlewis2SPAMFREE@intac.com> schrieb:
>>># apt-get install kernel-image-2.4.18-powerpc
> [...]
>> ls /boot (see if that new kernel is in there)
>> ls /lib/modules (see if it gave you any modules to go with it)
> No no.. This is not intel. It's a Macintosh.
> In order to install a new kernel it is the best idea to fetch a vanilla kernel from kernel.org and patch it with the series by Benjamin Herrenschmidt (ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/benh/). And then just compile. You need yaboot (etc/yaboot.conf and /usr/sbin/ybin) too.
> www.ppckernel.org is a nice place too.
> Search the archives of debian-powerpc@lists.debian.org.. There're a lot of threads refering to this topic.
> *Kristian

According to penguinppc.org yaboot doesn't work om OldWorld Mac's. I'm
using BootX and I found a solution by cp the kernel-image to the
BootX folder on MacOS.

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