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I have YDL 1.2 with kernel 2.2 installed on my TiBook.
I then rsynced the kernel sources and compiled a 2.4 kernel.
There are also binary 2.4 kernels for different models.
It works, it's not prime-time. Sleep is still weird.
Three button mouse not as nice as it could. But it works.
Joe Villari wrote:
>> 1-4 would be great. That's for Wednesday, right?
> Correct. Do we need credentials or something to get in? Where is the
> booth Located?
>> Let me know how the install goes on your powerbook. I have one of 500Mhz
>> iBooks, that I've been thinking about doing a dual boot on.
> Don't rush out and get YDL yet. Can't even get it started. There is some
> problem with their 2.4 kernel on the CD which causes it not to be able
> to mount the CD/DVD drive. Seems the only way around it is to load the
> 2.2 kernel and the I guess try to compile a 2.4 kernel. I'm kinda pissed
> and fried right now with it.
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