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== Kernel 2.6 Project ==
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The Linkstation Wiki 2.6 series linux kernel effort is divided into three projects, one for each architecture.<br>
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PowerPC - 2.6: DONE, up2date kernel available<br>
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MIPSel - 2.6: work in progress<br>
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ARM - 2.6: stock 2.6.12.1 recompiled and succesfully loaded<br>
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*[http://www.kernel.org/ The Linux Kernel Archives]
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*[http://kernelnewbies.org/LinuxChanges KernelNewbies Wiki - LinuxChanges]
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=== PowerPC ===
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There are instructions on how to [[Upgrade to the 2.6-kernel (ppc only)]]. This is currently working on the LS1, LS HG, LS HS, and Kurobox and Kurobox HG.
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*'''[[Upgrade to the 2.6-kernel (ppc only)]]'''
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Check this string in the Forum first:
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*[http://forum.linkstationwiki.net/index.php?action=vtopic&forum=11 The Linkstation Community Forum / Kernel Development (ppc)]
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When we get access to Terastation and other Buffalo hardware either through donations or other means support will be added in for this hardware. Andr&eacute; is the current maintainer of this project, here is his  [http://hvkls.dyndns.org/downloads/documentation/ page detailing the Linkstation kernel releases].
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=== MIPSel ===
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Work is in progress on a working 2.6 linux kernel for the LS2 (which is based on little endian MIPS).
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Check this string in the Forum first:
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*[http://forum.linkstationwiki.net/index.php?action=vtopic&forum=12 The Linkstation Community Forum / Kernel Development (mipsel)]
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The following wiki page is the main development page for the 2.6-kernel(mips)
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*[[Project 2.6 mips]]
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Link all information & related files there and add what you tried.
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Currently there is support for this in Andr&eacute;'s bootloader and Eiji has created a bootloader that successfully loads custom kernels. Eiji's loader can be found here [http://66.249.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&langpair=ja%7Cen&u=http://www5.atwiki.jp/kuro-bsd/pages/132.html]
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=== ARM9 ===
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Check this forum section:
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*[http://forum.linkstationwiki.net/index.php?action=vtopic&forum=18 The Linkstation Community Forum / Kernel Development (arm9)]
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Especially look at:
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*[http://forum.linkstationwiki.net/index.php?action=vthread&forum=18&topic=1548 The Linkstation Community Forum / Kernel Development (arm9) / Outlook on LS Pro kernel development]
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EricC already managed to load a custom kernel.

Revision as of 03:29, 4 March 2007

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Contents

Kernel 2.6 Project

The Linkstation Wiki 2.6 series linux kernel effort is divided into three projects, one for each architecture.
PowerPC - 2.6: DONE, up2date kernel available
MIPSel - 2.6: work in progress
ARM - 2.6: stock 2.6.12.1 recompiled and succesfully loaded

PowerPC

There are instructions on how to Upgrade to the 2.6-kernel (ppc only). This is currently working on the LS1, LS HG, LS HS, and Kurobox and Kurobox HG.

Check this string in the Forum first:

When we get access to Terastation and other Buffalo hardware either through donations or other means support will be added in for this hardware. André is the current maintainer of this project, here is his page detailing the Linkstation kernel releases. UNIQ57d1b0d9736f75bf-rss-00000000-QINU

MIPSel

Work is in progress on a working 2.6 linux kernel for the LS2 (which is based on little endian MIPS).

Check this string in the Forum first:

The following wiki page is the main development page for the 2.6-kernel(mips)

Link all information & related files there and add what you tried.

Currently there is support for this in André's bootloader and Eiji has created a bootloader that successfully loads custom kernels. Eiji's loader can be found here [1]

ARM9

Check this forum section:

Especially look at:

EricC already managed to load a custom kernel.