I've recently acquired a Cobalt Qube2. After about 8 hours of monkeying
around with it the last couple days, I have successfully got 2.4.24 up and
running, I started with trying to get 2.6 on it, that was a huge mess. I'm
also using Debian sarge distro. 2.4.24 has a few #define's that are missing
and a couple other small hangups during my cross compile. So far so good.
I haven't had a chance to stress test it yet. Hopefully I can have more
details about stability in a few days, as well as a quick log of the changes
that are needed in the 2.4.24 source. I'm not sure what i'm gonna do with
it yet, maybe set it as my new router or do Web or Qmail. I have the Debian
package for the kernel upgrade, if anyone is interested. You'll need to
compress and move the kernel and map file to the appropriate names in the
Brian Squared Technologies
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stéphane" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 5:11 AM
Subject: Best kernel for a Cobalt Qube 2
> I'm using a Cobalt Qube 2 for a long time now, it's under a 2.4.14
> kernel working 24/24 7/7 without any problem (no weird hang, no tulip
> problems, both internal network cards used).
> It's appears that the new libc needs at least a 2.4.19 kernel, this is
> breaking all my debian updates. So I'll have to switch.
> Do you have any advice about which kernel to use ?
> According to what I read here, 2.4.23 seems not ready and it's not clear
> to me if newest kernels still have problem whith the network/serial bug...