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[Files] Catweasel Linux Device Driver 0.3.1ANN.lu
Posted on 20-Aug-2002 15:06 GMT by Gareth Knight2 comments
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The Linux device drivers for the Catweasel have been updated. Read more for details of the URL and changes. cwfloppy is a Linux device driver for the Catweasel Advanced Floppy Controller manufactured by Individual Computers. Changes: A bug in the previous release which kept Amiga writing from working was fixed. A section about the HD indicator hole problem has been added to the README. Upgrading is highly recommended, as the previous development release can destroy your Amiga disks when trying to write to them.
Catweasel Linux Device Driver 0.3.1 : Comment 1 of 2ANN.lu
Posted by Kjetil on 21-Aug-2002 04:17 GMT
Well sense we are on the topic drivers and Linux what is the best kernel version , bootstrap version and WorpUp driver to even get Linux kernel starting on an Amiga4000@PPC233 Phase5 acclerator? What works for you?
Well I have used a lot of time randomly testing different version.
Well I where thinking of porting my 686 Linux program to Linux PPC,
Catweasel Linux Device Driver 0.3.1 : Comment 2 of 2ANN.lu
Posted by alan buxey on 21-Aug-2002 06:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Kjetil):
<a href="http://linux-apus.sourceforge.net">http://linux-apus.sourceforge.net</a>
the LATEST bootstrap (010623)
2.4.13-20011030 kernel (from the /snapshots directory of the site above)
and either WarpUP or PowerUP. I have a fully working WarpUP system, so use that
to test things, download the test ramdisk as well and then place all in the same
directory, uncompress the boothack and kernel image and then run
bootstrap --apus -k vmlinux -r ramdisk.image.gz root=/dev/ram
(this will use AGA output)
..to use the permediaII instead simply add the following to the end
video=pm2fb:mode:1024x768-60 video=amifb:off
this will open a 60Hz 1024x768 console on the CVisionPPC/BVisionPPC and
stop AGA gfx output (ideal for using the 56KHz audio modes - to allow 44.1/48
sound output)
alan
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