Debian Planet










Welcome to Debian Planet

Search

Apt-get into it.
Main Menu

  • Home

  • Topics

  • Web Links

  • Your Account

  • Submit News

  • Stats

  • Top 10

  • Debian

    These are important Debian sites one should not be without!

  • Official Debian site

  • Package search

  • Mailing list archives

  • Bug reports

  • Debian on CD

  • Unofficial woody CD ISOs

  • Unofficial APT sources

  • Developers' Corner

    Other great Debian news sources:

  • Debian Weekly News

  • Kernel Cousin Debian

    (Debian mailing lists digested)
  • Community Groups

    Need help? You're not alone on this planet.

  • debianHELP

    (User support site)

  • Debian International

  • DebianForum.de

    (Deutsch)

  • EsDebian

    (español)

  • DebianWorld

    (français)

  • MaximumDebian

    (Italiano)

  • DebianUsers

    (Korean)

  • Debian-BR

    (Português)

  • IRC

    The place to get help on a Debian problem (after reading docs) or to just chat and chill is #debian on irc.debian.org.

    Many of the Debian Planet staff live there so pop by and say hello.

    Wanna write?

    Got that latest or greatest scoop? Perhaps you have some important news for the Debian community? Submit a news item!

    Or perhaps you've written a rather ground breaking insight into some aspect of Debian and you feel compelled to share it with others? Knock up a longer editorial article and send it to the editors.

    Sponsorship

    DP is sponsored by Xinit Systems and kieser.net.

    Domains paid for and hosted by uklinux.net.

    Buy your Debian merchandise at DebianShop.com.

    Who's Online

    There are currently, 109 guest(s) and 6 member(s) that are online.

    You are Anonymous user. You can register for free by clicking here.

      
    Running kernel 2.4 with potato
    Posted on Friday, March 09 @ 19:25:01 GMT

    Potato
    For those of you with your heart set (and mindset? 😉 ) on running 2.4 kernels with potato and are having some problems, especially with the likes of modutils. Then check out this page where you can probably find all the advice and support you might need.

     
    Related Links

  • Package database in 'stable'
  • More about Potato
  • News by rob

    Most read story about Potato:
    Potato users are you feeling left out?

    Last news about Potato:

    Printer Friendly Page  Send this Story to a Friend
  • "Running kernel 2.4 with potato" | Login/Create Account | 7 comments
    Threshold


    The comments are owned by the poster. We aren't responsible for their content.

    Re: Running kernel 2.4 with potato (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Saturday, March 10 @ 04:41:35 GMT

    Worked great, on an almost out of box system. Thanks go to Adrian Bunk and anyone else who contributed.

    [ Reply ]


    Re: Running kernel 2.4 with potato (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Sunday, March 11 @ 21:58:36 GMT

    Is it just me, or does that picture of the potato look real tasty?

    I should have some lunch I think!

    [ Reply ]


    Re: Running kernel 2.4 with potato (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 13 @ 13:04:21 GMT

    i've edited sources.list, updated the packages, but what else is necessary for updating to 2.4? i.e. downloading and upgrading kernel? how?

    [ Reply ]


    Based on: PHP-Nuke

    All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, all the rest © 2000 by Debian Planet

    You can syndicate our news using the file backend.php.