In linux.debian.user, you wrote:According to his reply he has the two kernels, both for the mac, and the two> Anita Lewis <ajlewis2SPAMFREEintac.com> schrieb:> [...]>>># apt-get install kernel-image-2.4.18-powerpc>>> ls /boot (see if that new kernel is in there)
>> ls /lib/modules (see if it gave you any modules to go with it)
> No no.. This is not intel. It's a Macintosh.
> In order to install a new kernel it is the best idea to fetch a vanilla
> kernel from kernel.org and patch it with the series by Benjamin
> Herrenschmidt ([url]ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/benh/[/url]). And
> then just compile. You need yaboot (etc/yaboot.conf and /usr/sbin/ybin)
> [url]www.ppckernel.org[/url] is a nice place too.
> Search the archives of [email]debian-powerpclists.debian.org[/email].. There're a lot of
> threads refering to this topic.
sets of modules. So the thing that is wrong is trying to use LILO. He has
Bootx which must have a way of setting up for the new kernel. I don't
suppose there is any reason to shift over to yaboot in that case.
By the way, I note that your post came from the mailing list. I thought I
sent mine just to the newsgroup. It used to be that mail to the list went
to the newsgroup, but not the other way from the newsgroup to the list. I
read at the newsgroup and if it is posted with the note at the bottom from
the email list, then I send a response there. Otherwise I just post to the
newsgroup. I'm just curious if the newsgroup stuff regularly comes to the
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