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SubjectRe: pre 10
On Tue, 23 Jan 2001 22:01:41 -0500
newsreader@mediaone.net wrote:

upgrade the ppp to 2.4.0.

>I have successfully compiled and used 2.4.0 on pentium 133
>system. However because I wanted to try reiserfs I installed
>2.4.1-pre10. ppp is now broken. I get the following error
>
>-------------
>
>Jan 23 21:24:55 a pppd[505]: Serial connection established.
>Jan 23 21:24:55 a pppd[505]: ioctl(PPPIOCGFLAGS): Invalid argument
>Jan 23 21:24:56 a pppd[505]: Hangup (SIGHUP)
>Jan 23 21:24:56 a pppd[505]: Exit.
>
>-----------
>
>I hope it's not my fault? I did not have any problem with
>2.4.0 kernel.
>
>
>---------------
>
>Next I also have a dell box running celeron 566 with intel i810.
>I run 2.2.18 and managed to make my display adapter work
>with a couple of packages from intel site. I would like
>to run 2.4. First 2.4.0 compiles and boots on this
>machine fine. But I could not startx. I gave up at that
>point but I wanted reiserfs so I again tried with pre10. pre10
>kernel won't even boot. It says that I must supply "root="
>parameter
>
>That can't be right. First I compile and install on the
>same machine. Next my root is /dev/hda1.
>
>Next I did
>
>/usr/sbin/rdev bzImage /dev/hda1
>
>That did not work.
>
>Next I install lilo with proper root parameter.
>
>That did not work.
>
>I hope someone can find and fix these problems.
>
>Regards
>
>
>
>
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