Subject: RE: bootx and newly recompiled kernel?
From: Pete Peters (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 10 2001 - 10:17:30 MDT
AFAIK (and have read), that is the correct method. I used the
instructions found on Stefan Jeglinski's site <http://188.8.131.52> to
successfully build and upgrade my kernel from 2.2.15->2.2.17 benh
special->2.2.18. Of course, it took me several tries to get it right,
lol. Oh, those crazy kids and their symbolic links!
I don't have your original post, nor is my Mac (PPC9500 w/ PowerLogix G3
card) available, so I cannot comment further.
From: Frank Shelley [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 5:37 PM
Subject: Re: bootx and newly recompiled kernel?
i don't have a /boot partition, so i can't just have it point to
(the /boot partition). when you recompile the kernel, where does it go?
the way i have BootX working, is that i have a "Linux Kernels" folder
of my MacOS system folder, so that when i recompile a kernel (which i
havn't been able to do correctly, but i digress...), i have to mount my
partition that holds MacOS, and do a cp to copy the linux kernel to my
"Linux Kernels" folder, inside of my System folder. i'm not sure if i'm
cp-ing the right thing though... would you happen to know? thanks.
if i were to reformat, and make a /boot, does that make it easier to
out a newly compiled kernel? thanks again.
on 5/9/01 4:52 PM, Barry Sparenborg at email@example.com wrote:
> Why do you have to place a copy in of vmlinux in the system directory
> Mac when using Bootx. I have my Bootx directed to /dev/sda7 which is
> boot directory for linux. Do I still need to copy vmlinux to the mac
> -----Original Message-----
> From: deadbeef [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 8:49 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: bootx and newly recompiled kernel?
> On Wednesday, May 9, 2001, at 03:14 , Frank wrote:
> hey, i just installed YDL 1.2.1 on my Wallstreet Powerbook
> G3 233, 256mb
> ram.. it runs badass, and i'm trying to recompile the
> kernel... i think i'm
> compiling it right, but no one is able to tell me what to do
> after i compile
> The website <http://gdr.free.fr/linux.html> has a pretty good
> explanation of how to build your own kernel for YellowDog or LinuxPPC.
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