Gregory C Nowak
gnowak1 at uic.edu
Wed Nov 21 20:42:17 EST 2001
Yes, I used the original config file.
I've already solved my problem by using loadlin to boot the kernel instead
of lilo, but I was kind of hoping to be able to put this up on the ftp
sight at linux-speakup.org, so that others may benefit from it.
On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, Raul A. Gallegos wrote:
> Yes. when you compiled it did you use the original config for that ata
> style kernel? Perhaps you can go and edit that config file and manually
> take out stuff that you don't definitely don't need. For example take
> out usb ifyou don't have a usb and take out sound ifyou don'thave that.
> Gregory Nowak said the following on Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 07:52:15PM -0600:
> > Hi all,
> > Ok, I found and applied the ata100-66 patch for 2.2.19.
> > I compiled the kernel with speakup 1.00 selecting all synths.
> > However, the image comes out to 810 kb, and that's too big
> > for the original ata100.i floppy. I am considering
> > doing a kernel for each synth if that means that it will fit on the disk.
> > However, this would defeat the purpose of having multiple synths in speakup.
> > Does anyone have any suggestions or comments?
> > Greg
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