Subject: Re: Linux v2.4.x -> getting it to work?
From: Iain Stevenson (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Apr 07 2001 - 15:20:11 MDT
I'd hazard a guess that this is something to do with the input layer - which
you probably haven't set up. The documentation for the 2.4.x kernel
mentione a few things you need to update (eg ipchains is replaced by
iptables) - but these were no big deal for me.
The input layer was introduced with 2.2.18 so you may find appropriate
configuration information by doing a search on that version. I upgraded
through 2.2.18 to 2.4.2 with no problems.
on 7/4/01 7:43 pm, Graham Leggett at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi all,
> I managed to get a version of Linux v2.4.3 that built correctly for
> PowerMac - trouble is, when I boot up the kernel I get no keyboard on my
> 1999 G3 Powerbook.
> Obviously there is a config procedure I need to go through, but the
> kernel seems thin on instructions to do this. Is there a "upgrading to
> v2.4 HOWTO" anywhere out there that explains the things you need to do
> to get the new kernel to work?
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