2.6 PReP issues, still freezing
r.post at sara.nl
Tue Dec 2 01:52:01 EST 2003
On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 15:23:22 +0100
Christian Kujau <evil at g-house.de> wrote:
> Remco Post wrote:
> > I stopped complaining a while back (2.5.60 something) since I got
> > absolutely
> did you get any further?
> i saw one of your posts:
> yes, the "not-compiling" issues during 2.5.3x. 2.5.38 is only compiling
> a "vmlinux.gz", but no zImage.prep here. and this vmlinux.gz is
> worthless. do you mind sending in your fix?
I didn't fix a thing. At least, not that I recall. The later kernels
2.5.5something and up compiled but crashed as soon as there was any status
change on the utp, disconnecting the cable would crash the kernel. Didn't
look at that for a long time (months)....
> > no response. I'm one of the lucky (?) few who have a motorola powerstack
> > (II) mobo.
> root at sheep:~# cat /proc/cpuinfo
> processor : 0
> cpu : 604r
> clock : ???
> revision : 49.2 (pvr 0009 3102)
> bogomips : 299.00
> machine : PReP Utah (Powerstack II Pro4000)
> l2 cache : 512KiB, parity disabled SRAM:synchronous, pipelined,
> no parity
> ....from ebay :-)
> BOFH excuse #375:
> Root name servers corrupted.
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