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Re: which 2.6 kernel can be run on db1550?

To: rolf liu <>
Subject: Re: which 2.6 kernel can be run on db1550?
From: Clem Taylor <>
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 17:48:46 -0400
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On 6/23/05, rolf liu <> wrote:
> I just compiled 2.4.31 and run that on db1550. It works through a NFS
> root file system. I am thinking of running of 2.6 on db1550. 

I haven't switched over to 2.6.12, but I'm running 2.6.11 (checked out
from linux-mips on 2005.03.18) on a Au1550 based board. When I was
porting to my hardware, the default kernel worked just fine on the
DBAu1550. I'm using gcc 3.4.3 and bintools.

> Which one can be compiled by SDE and run this box?

I'm not sure what SDE is. I used buildroot to compile my toolchain and
make my root image.

> I tried 2.6.12 and tried 2.6.12-rc6, but got no luck. They just don't compile.

I haven't had a chance to try 2.6.12 yet.


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