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Re: compiling kernel 2.6.13

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Subject: Re: compiling kernel 2.6.13
From: "Stephen P. Becker" <>
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2005 11:30:36 -0400
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eisa support is enabled and i'm compiling a 64 bit kernel.

Daring.  Hardly anybody is using EISA on that machine and even less so on
64-bit, expect to find bugs.

Furthermore, 64-bit kernels are somewhat broken on ip22 right now. Something is wrong with memory allocation, and it really screws a lot of things up. Off the top of my head, you won't be able to turn on swap, mount a ricerfs partition, or dd large blocks from /dev/zero. You would be much better of sticking with 32-bit at this time.


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