USB under LinuxPPC
ranga at CSUA.Berkeley.EDU
Fri May 7 05:17:39 EST 1999
> Do you always use BootX? I've never even tried it...
I normally start Linux using BootX from within MacOS. For some reason
this seems to work better than using OF to boot. My guess is that the
nPower init or the MacOS init sets up the SMP card correctly.
The downside to this is that you need a MacOS partition. The upside
for me is that I finally found something to do with my old 250 MB hard
> Thanks. If you have any modules, could you include them too? I'd
> appreciate it.
Try to download on of the images from the URL:
All of the images are the same. You should plain vmlinux, a gzip'ed
version and a sit.hqx version. As a warning, I will probably get rid
of the vmlinux image sometime next week since it is so large.
I don't have any modules, *almost* everything is compiled into the
----ranga <ranga at soda.berkeley.edu>
[[ This message was sent via the linuxppc-dev mailing list. Replies are ]]
[[ not forced back to the list, so be sure to Cc linuxppc-dev if your ]]
[[ reply is of general interest. Please check http://lists.linuxppc.org/ ]]
[[ and http://www.linuxppc.org/ for useful information before posting. ]]
More information about the Linuxppc-dev