On Tue, 2003-10-21 at 19:16, Greg Herlein wrote:
> > I think I had the same problem, if I remember correctly, so I used the
> > 2.95 compiler on linux-mips.org.
> Unfortunately when I try to install that it fails due to rpm hell
> (ie, dependencies). Sigh. OK, I can go rebuild it all from
> > BTW, only serial console, ethernet, and MTD have been updated in 2.6. I
> > haven't had time for anything else yet, including the 36 bit address
> > support.
> OK, I don't need the latest 2.6 stuff - where can I grab some
> tarballs of older 2.4 kernels with the mips patches applied -
> does such a thing exist?
Just grab the latest 2.4 branch, which is linux_2_4. The branch is at
2.4.22, so it's up to date with the 2.4 kernels. The patches in
/pub/linux/mips/people/ppopov should apply cleanly (there are 2.4.21 and
2.4.22 versions of some of the patches). Everything should work well.