Subject: Re: Error compiling kernel 2.4.1
From: Philip Good (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 03 2001 - 05:29:06 MST
Do you recommend the fsmlabs 2.4.1 kernels? I tried the ftp source: linuxppc-2.4.1.snap.tar.gz *what is snap?) but I get an end-of-file
error after tar zxvf. I've tried using bitkeeper, but after following the bitkeeper instructions:
bk clone bk://bitkeeper.fsmlabs.com:5000 linuxppc_2_4
nothing happens, I just get an immediate return to the command line. (I've never used bitkeeper, so maybe I need to do something else?)
I appreciate ANY help. I've been able to install the 2.4.1 rpm from linuxppc but would like to recompile airport (do I need to recompile this
for 2.4 or is it built in?) and add in the keyspan usb devices.
> On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, Riccardo Gusso wrote:
> > I've made several tries to change my .config, but I always get the following
> > error:
> > pmac_pci.c:550: in function `pmac_pci_enable_device_hook´
> > pmac_pci.c:550: `PCI_DEVICE_ID_APPLE_KL_USB´ undeclared
> > ......
> > make: *** [pmac_pci.o] Error 1
> > make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux/arch/ppc/kernel´
> > Any suggestions?
> Yes: don't use kernel.org sources. It took a very long time for kernel.org 2.2
> to be synced with PPC fixes; kernel.org 2.4 is missing fixes.
> > BTW, reading Documentation/Changes I found that I should upgrade some
> > software, for example util-linux, modutils, ppp, ecc.... But I do not
> > understand if I have to upgrade them before or after compiling the kernel.
> You must upgrade them to use them in conjunction with the new kernel. They do
> not affect your ability to use the new kernel.
-- Philip Good Red Planet Development, Red Canyon Software, Good Chi Tai Chi
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