Re: Successful Sofware RAID on g4 Sawtooth

Subject: Re: Successful Sofware RAID on g4 Sawtooth
From: Ed Jaeger (
Date: Tue Feb 22 2000 - 16:05:13 MST

The proper term is fsck...:P

-Logged in as root;
-linux.X.X.XX.tar.gz is in /usr/src
-/usr/src/linux is a symlink
-/boot/ is a symlink
-/boot/vmlinux is a symlink
-I'm using 2.2.14 in the examples below.

cd /usr/src
rm linux
tar xzf linux-2.2.14.tar.gz
mv linux linux-2.2.14
ln -s linux-2.2.14 linux
cd linux
make menuconfig
make dep clean vmlinux modules modules_install
--chug chug chug--
cp vmlinux /boot/vmlinux-2.2.14
cp /boot/
cp vmlinux /mnt/macvol/System\ Folder/Linux\ Kernels/vmlinux-2.2.14-mol
cd /boot
rm vmlinux
ln -s vmlinux-2.2.14 vmlinux
ln -s

Bryce Verdier wrote:
> I have a problem... fairly simple... but i have not been able to find
> any decent documentation on it.
> How the F*%K do i do a simple kernel upgrade??? I've got the kernel in
> the tar.gz format, but i don't know where to take it from here, and
> every how to i have tried got me somewhere... but didn't solve the
> problem.
> anyone out there whose done this before, and have some good how to's or
> notes on this???
> thanks
> b.

Ed Jaeger, CFO, Bohlender Graebener Corporation
"We do not know what to do with this short life, yet we yearn for
another that will be eternal"

--Anatole France

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