On 21 May 2010 22:15, Neil Munro <neilmunro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Sorry, to surmise, I build a GCC4 R1A2 image with the UserBuildConfig > settings like Axel suggested, if a GCC2 version if wanted I will build > a version and upload both. > > I am sorry I didn't have much chance to test it, it was either late at > night or I was rushing to work. I can only apologise if it didn't > quite work fully, but I promised to have a working version ;) > > So if a gcc2 compiled version is wanted just let me know, I dunno if > you can build a hybrid I also don't know which is the suggested > version to build with so I just went with the most recent version. > > Thanks > Niadh > > On 21 May 2010 15:22, Nickos V <tonestone57@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > >> > >> To create Alpha image use:for iso: jam -q @alpha-cdfor raw iamage: jam > -q @alpha-raw > >> > >> list your output forls /dev/netto see which network drivers loaded for > you. > >> > >> > > > > Sorry, Hotmail removes the carriage returns, seems to do this when I post > > to the mailing list, even with plain text. > > > > Trying again with IE instead of Chrome. > > > > > > To create Alpha image use: > > for iso: jam -q @alpha-cd > > for raw iamage: jam -q @alpha-raw > > > > list your output for > > ls /dev/net > > to see which network drivers loaded for you. > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > _________________________________________________________________ > > Win a $10,000 shopping spree from Hotmail! Enter now. > > http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9729711 > > > > Thank you for the build, it works really well, i just need to figure out how to get things like the new wifi working. it runs really quite well.