Subject: Re: Kernel Panic - machine type
From: Sean Riley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 02 2001 - 10:13:40 MDT
I too have the Powerlogix card and it works fine, I do think I remember
reading somewhere that you need to use the PowerLogix software with the
NewerTech card to anable it to pass the right params to the kernel, and
something else about the load order of the extension as being important. If
you can't find it in the yellowdog lists try the linuxppc.org mailing lists,
I can't remember where I saw this......
On Monday 02 April 2001 10:40, you wrote:
> on 2/4/01 1:51 pm, Chris Ruprecht at email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I managed to get my newly created kernel to start booting. When it checks
> > the machine type, it panics.
> > When I built it, I told it it's a PowerMac and that I want AltiVec
> > enabled but that doesn't seem to work too well. What should I tell it?
> > It's a PowerMac 9600 with a NewerTech G4/400 CPU upgrade.
> Don't know anything about AltiVec - just as well really, I'd only tinker
> with it ;-)
> I have a 9600 with a Powerlogix G3/400 card in it and that works fine BUT
> there was an option on the Powerlogix control panel to pass parameters to
> the kernel - do you have a similar setting for your NewerTech card?
> The kernel panic could be the result of something else entirely - best to
> start with a minimal kernel config and work up to something more complex.
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