On 3/1/07, Mikael Andersson <manders@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I hate to say this, but if it's not working for you at all, go kernel hunting again. The Debian kernel may be suitable for installation, but may be unsuitable now that you have a fully functional root filesystem with udev support and all the rest of it. One of the kernels you tried previously, especially a newer one from ppckernel.org, may work better for you in this case until you get a chance to roll your own.
if you have access also to the chroot command other than the install scripts you could go this way too: 1) boot debian kernel 2) mount slackintosh / /somewhere 3) mount -o bind /dev /somewhere/dev 4) mount -t proc none /somewhere/proc 4.1) (kernel 2.6+) mount -t sysfs /somewhere/sys 5) unpack, configure, build a kernel <-- as if it would be easy ;-) 6) umount everything mounted previously and reboot ciao -- Marco Bonetti Slackintosh Linux Project Developer: http://www.slackintosh.org Linux-live for powerpc: http://www.slackintosh.org/pub/rsync/mb/linux-live Fink packages and more: http://sidbox.homelinux.org My GnuPG key id: 0x86A91047