First, the good:
I have a lot working now. inetd works fine, apache is beautiful, and I can
telnet into my machine. Yay! Finally, I can work from elsewhere in the
My machine is a lot faster now that I don't have to be on the console.
I'm lead to believe it's the display driver that's slow, not the whole
machine. It "feels" like a P100 now.
The bad news:
Still more libc problems, but I'll quit whining about that since Ralf
kindly told me to cross cross my own. I'm looking at my cross-compiler
I was running a ./configure for the nfs-server package, and I got a few
segfaults, followed by many copies of this on the console:
release_dev: pty1: read/write wait queue active!
Got a bus error IRQ, shouldn't happen yet
and a freeze.
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