DiskOnChip for PowerPC embedded system.
Brendan J Simon
Brendan.Simon at ctam.com.au
Tue Jan 18 01:00:42 EST 2000
Stuart Lynne wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 05, 2000 at 09:09:35AM +0000, David Woodhouse wrote:
> > If you use M-Systems' code in a production system (i.e. something you
> > distribute) you mustn't compile it into your kernel - that would violate the
> > GPL.
> It is trivial to compile their code as a module and use from an initrd file.
I thought that the linux kernel didn't support modules for ppc, at least not for
the 2.2.5 kernel which I got from the linuxppc.org site. It is the
embedded-2.2.5 kernel put together by Dan Malek.
I assume that the newer version do support modules. Is this true.
Would this be true of all ppc targets such as 860, 8260, etc or is it just for
common workstations like PowerMacs, etc ?
What kernel versions support modules on ppc ?
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