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Re: Problems with NSLU2/xscale kernel that go back to April, 2008
David Holland wrote:
I'm certainly happy to do that if somebody can suggest a snapshot worth
building. It takes long enough that I don't think I want to just do it
randomly. :-) Also, I don't know how to retrieve a kernel from another
branch ... :-(.
On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 01:02:10AM -0400, Donald T Hayford wrote:
April 26 won't build. Two lint issues.
April 27 builds and run. 0 errors in 144 succesive MD5 computations.
April 28 builds, but won't run unless you add the following line to
std.nslu2 (before you build the kernel):
The result is 3 errors in 144 successive MD5 computations.
While it is definite that there is a problem with 20080428 (and all
later kernels), it is less sure that there isn't a problem with
20080427. I think Andy Ruhl was planning to build this version and test
it as well.
That suggests fairly strongly that you may want to try building
earlier kernels from the matt-armv6 branch...
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