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wouldn't that be more manageable?

Revision as of 22:22, 16 September 2008

I am removing the bit about ipkg breaking kernels due to inability to write the kernel parition because it does not seem to be true any longer. I base that on this bit from my upgrade log:

Configuring kernel-2.6.24
Configuring kernel-image-2.6.24
Upgrading Kernel in Flash
DO NOT stop this process
Erasing 128 Kibyte @ 7e0000 -- 98 % complete.
Writing data to block 0
Writing data to block 20000
Writing data to block 40000
Writing data to block 60000
Writing data to block 80000
Writing data to block a0000
Writing data to block c0000
Writing data to block e0000
Writing data to block 100000
Writing data to block 120000
Writing data to block 140000
Writing data to block 160000
Writing data to block 180000
Writing data to block 1a0000

Linuxpaul 23:05, 14 July 2008 (UTC)

using update-alternatives instead of linking?

wouldn't that be more manageable?

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I am removing the bit about ipkg breaking kernels due to inability to write the kernel parition because it does not seem to be true any longer. I base that on this bit from my upgrade log:

Configuring kernel-2.6.24
Configuring kernel-image-2.6.24
Upgrading Kernel in Flash
DO NOT stop this process
Erasing 128 Kibyte @ 7e0000 -- 98 % complete.
Writing data to block 0
Writing data to block 20000
Writing data to block 40000
Writing data to block 60000
Writing data to block 80000
Writing data to block a0000
Writing data to block c0000
Writing data to block e0000
Writing data to block 100000
Writing data to block 120000
Writing data to block 140000
Writing data to block 160000
Writing data to block 180000
Writing data to block 1a0000

Linuxpaul 23:05, 14 July 2008 (UTC)