This is a simple page, to get you simple answers. Its a placeholder before an advanced FAQ system is once again in place (which was nightmare of a loss!).
If you have a FAQ question/answer then please email to Alan Buxey who will be keeping this thing ticking over
Use the latest bootstrap, available here
As far as we are aware, the LinuxAPUS kernel is okay. MOL itself needs to be altered to work with our APUS memory system. Feel free to email Alan Buxey if you want to join in with help on this (he's limited by his 603e which MOL doesnt work with right now)
You need to add the option
Option "CustomKeycodes"to your XF86Config file (/etc/X11/XF86Config or /etc/X11/XF86Config-4)
eg (for a Norwegian keyboard)
Option "XkbKeyCodes" "amiga"
Option "XkbLayout" "no"
(Thankyou: Glenn Hisdal)
Without telepathy we don't know...please email the APUS userlist with your system config and what the bootstrap line your using is (AFTER checking this FAQ for any possible answer :-) )
If you add the following to your bootstrap line
-d debug=memthen the kernel will output all of its interesting output to a place in memory. When you then reset your Amiga (softboot) you can collect this information with the program called 'dmesg' - available from the files section. eg
dmesg > ram:outputNow simply email that text file created.
Yes. The driver is built into kernels 2.4.18 upwards. It is still very much in testing..so please give it a good testing and report any issues!
(Thanks: Rene Brothuhn, Fred Heitkamp)
The driver needs to be updated to use the new Serial and parallel methods
Like the GVP-IO/Extender, the driver needs to be updated to support the new serial methods
Try appending console=tty0 to the end of your bootstrap line
A couple of APUS and 68k Linux developers now have Elbox developer status. The 68k work is more advanced and PCI display is working.
2.4.21 kernel is in the CVS. Developers are working on ironing out a few issues with the PCI subsystem, APNE (PCMCIA Network), IDE and DMA sound. Once done, new kernel binaries will be out to test!
Recent Q/A's added: #11
Recent Q/A's Altered: n/a
Page last modified on 28th July 2003 - alanbuxey