[parisc-linux] Getting a D370 off the ground
Roylance, Stephen D.
Tue, 12 Feb 2002 11:39:40 -0500
> > Does anyone know if I can switch resolution/video mode from
> the firmware?
> Not sure. I'm surprised to hear about a D with gfx in it.
Do you know how to do it on workstation machines, maybe it works the same
or can anyone point me to HW/tech docs for these machines?
> > I installed the 32-bit kernel, can I use a 64-bit kernel on
> this machine?
> Depends on cpu type. If it's a PA2.0 CPU (ie PA-8xxx), then yes.
> See /proc/cpuinfo and/or check console output at boot time.
> > Should I checkout the latest kernel source from cvs and
> build that, or is
> > there some other version, or an image, I shoud use? The
> kernel installed
> > with the CD doesn't seem to be SMP.
> Newer kernels are on ftp://ftp.parisc-linux.org/kernels/
OK, looks like I have two PA8000's. I apt-get upgraded to unstable and
d/l'ed the latest kernel tar.gz.
I'm getting an error trying to compile a 64 bit SMP kernel:
make: hppa64-linux-gcc: Command not found
on, I guess, the first call to the compiler when I do 'make dep';
my make is:
ii make 3.79.1-12 The GNU version of the "make"
my gcc is:
ii gcc 3.0.4-2 The GNU C compiler.
Do I need to mess with a makefile so it knows what the right compiler is?
Do I need to get an different version of gcc for 64-bit hppa?