[parisc-linux] keyboard driver
Sun, 29 Aug 1999 15:00:38 -0500 (CDT)
On Sun, 29 Aug 1999, Matthew Wilcox wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 28, 1999 at 10:30:32PM -0500, email@example.com wrote:
> > Hello all, I recently was given a 715/50 to play around with. Its
> > got an old version of HP/UX running on it and I am getting ready to dump
> > that and look into programming a bit on parisc-linux. Any direction on
> > what can be persued?
> > Of course my current goal is to get the kernel to cross-compile and then
> > boot from a zip drive... (Looking for that It works message...)
> For a start, don't ditch the HP/UX it has running on it unless you have
> another HP/UX box around to compile kernels with. Right now, we need to
> use the HP linker.
hmmm, ok, looks like I'll have to reinstall HP/UX. That's ok, I need to do
a little (Ok, a lot) of research on the PARisc architecture to get
familiar with it.
> The kernel as it stands right now probably won't boot on your 715/50.
> I'm waiting for Philipp to sort out a couple of problems and then I'm
> going to try to track down why it doesn't boot on my 715/33; the kernel
> I checked out a week ago wouldn't boot until I put in debugging printks.
I am amazed at every hacker who has a full head of hair... (facial hair
does not count...)