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Kernel configuratie

Merk en type opzoeken

Als eerste stap moet je nagaan welk merk en type ethernetkaart je hebt. Het kan handig zijn om de Ethernet-HOWTO raad te plegen om na te gaan of jouw ethernetkaart wordt ondersteunt. In de praktijk wordt elke een beetje bekende ethernetkaart inmiddels wel ondersteund.

Ik weet niet zeker welk type Ethernetkaart Tebecai levert. Als iemand mij dat kan vertellen, kan ik hieronder een gerichtere beschrijving geven.

Tebecai: Linux

Inleiding

Om het Internet op te kunnen onder Linux met de kabelmodem, moeten er op een aantal verschillende niveaus dingen gedaan worden. Deze pagina geeft een kort overzicht van de stappen die je moet nemen, met links naar meer gedetailleerde beschrijvingen.

Tebecai kabelmodems onder DOS en Linux

Inleiding

Deze homepage bevat aanwijzingen hoe je gebruik kan maken van de kabelmodem-faciliteiten van Tebecai (niet meer online) onder andere besturingsystemen dan Windows. Hoewel Tebecai stelt dat je Windows for Workgroups 3.11 of Windows 95 nodig hebt om met de kabelmodem het Internet op te kunnen gaan, is het mij zonder veel problemen gelukt om deze Microsoft-wanproducten te omzeilen.

Separate Kernel Trees mini-HOWTO v1.0

Separate Kernel Trees
Frodo Looijaard, frodol@dds.nl
v1.0, 11 July 1998


1. Introduction

This document describes a setup which allows the installation and use
of several distinct kernel trees, even when they have the same release
number. 

When you are working on some kernel-related development, trying out
a new compiler version or installing pre-versions, this document might
be useful to you.

Note that some distributions may already have something comparable
to the setup described below. If the directory trees in /lib/modules

Seperate Kernel Trees mini-HOWTO

This document describes how you can setup several distinct Linux kernel trees next to each other, even when they have the same release number. It is actual for the 2.0 series of kernels.

Once, this document was intended to become an official mini-HOWTO. That never happened, though.

Separate Kernel Trees mini-HOWTO v1.1

Separate Kernel Trees
Frodo Looijaard, frodol@dds.nl
v1.1, 12 July 1998


1. Introduction

This document describes a setup which allows the installation and use
of several distinct kernel trees, even when they have the same release
number. 

When you are working on some kernel-related development, trying out
a new compiler version or installing pre-versions, this document might
be useful to you.

Note that some distributions may already have something comparable
to the setup described below. If the directory trees in /lib/modules

Examples

Introduction

Here you can find several examples of using the newly created glibc-2 compilation environment.

Known problems

Introduction

From the first publication of this document, many people have dropped me a note telling me whether they liked it (I love such email!) or telling me about problems they found. Some problems could easily be solved, some others remain a mystery to me. This page enumerates the most important and interesting ones, together with some suggestions from me. This does not mean, though, that I am not interested in reports describing these problems, and I will do my best to help you if you contact me.

Preliminaries

Introduction

Before starting to compile, you must determine your host system, your target system and the aliases you want to use for the last two. It is also useful to determine the object file format you use. Of course you must also download the sources.

Overview

Introduction

This document will show you how to (re)compile glibc-2 and all supporting packages. We will use only the source distributions; usually, it is a good idea not to install binary packages, because they often lack some of the documentation and may use undesirable defaults. And compiling your own sources is much more fun :-).

Packages

Note that by the time you read this, newer versions of the packages may have been released!

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