> Yes, that will work (I know people running the MkLinux Kernel with
> Debian/PowerPC and LinuxPPC).
> Just be careful.
careful about what in particular? :-)
Anyway, as actually trying this on the PB involves a large amount of
faffing about with repartitioning disks, I tried it on my Umax clone box
which already has a LinuxPPC on it.
On booting MkLinux the first time, I got the message that bootstrap.conf
couldn't be found. OK, hazy recollections, MkLinux looks for the
/mach_servers directory with stuff like that in it.
Second attempt, I boot LinuxPPC, copy the MkLinux-CD/mach_servers
directory to /mach_servers and even remember to edit bootstrap.conf so
it points at /dev/hda11 (my LPPC root partition).
On rebooting MkLinux, /mach_servers/default_pager could not be read
although it belongs to root. Should it belong to another process?
(init?) Or should I be trying to wean the kernel off this /mach_servers
Then let us pray that come it may / As come it will for a' that
That man tae man the world o'er / Shall brothers be for a' that.
-- Robert Burns