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38available at the <uri link="/doc/en/gentoo-kernel.xml">Gentoo Kernel 38available at the <uri link="/doc/en/gentoo-kernel.xml">Gentoo Kernel
39Guide</uri>. 39Guide</uri>.
40</p> 40</p>
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42<p> 42<p>
43For PPC you can choose between the both 2.6 kernel, <c>development-sources</c> 43For PPC you can choose between <c>development-sources</c> and
44and <c>gentoo-dev-sources</c>. The latter is available when you perform a 44<c>gentoo-dev-sources</c> (both 2.6 kernels). The latter is available when you
45networkless installation. Beside those there is special kernel-2.6-patchset for 45perform a networkless installation. Beside those there is special
46the Pegasos: <c>pegasos-dev-sources</c>. So let's continue with 46kernel-2.6-patchset for the Pegasos: <c>pegasos-dev-sources</c>. So let's
47<c>emerge</c>'ing the kernel sources: 47continue with <c>emerge</c>'ing the kernel sources:
48</p> 48</p>
49 49
50<pre caption="Installing a kernel source"> 50<pre caption="Installing a kernel source">
51# <i>emerge gentoo-dev-sources</i> 51# <i>emerge gentoo-dev-sources</i>
52</pre> 52</pre>
144able to mount your partitions. Also select <c>Virtual memory</c>, <c>/proc 144able to mount your partitions. Also select <c>Virtual memory</c>, <c>/proc
145file system</c>, <c>/dev file system</c> + <c>Automatically mount at boot</c>: 145file system</c>, <c>/dev file system</c> + <c>Automatically mount at boot</c>:
146</p> 146</p>
147 147
148<pre caption="Selecting necessary file systems"> 148<pre caption="Selecting necessary file systems">
149<comment>(With a 2.6.x kernel)</comment>
150File systems ---&gt; 149File systems ---&gt;
151 Pseudo Filesystems ---&gt; 150 Pseudo Filesystems ---&gt;
152 [*] /proc file system support 151 [*] /proc file system support
153 [*] /dev file system support (OBSOLETE) 152 [*] /dev file system support (OBSOLETE)
154 [*] Automatically mount at boot 153 [*] Automatically mount at boot
155 [*] Virtual memory file system support (former shm fs) 154 [*] Virtual memory file system support (former shm fs)
156 155
157<comment>(Select one or more of the following options as needed by your system)</comment> 156<comment>(Select one or more of the following options as needed by your system)</comment>
158 &lt;*&gt; Reiserfs support 157 &lt;*&gt; Reiserfs support
159 &lt;*&gt; Ext3 journalling file system support 158 &lt;*&gt; Ext3 journalling file system support
160 &lt;*&gt; JFS filesystem support
161 &lt;*&gt; Second extended fs support 159 &lt;*&gt; Second extended fs support
162 &lt;*&gt; XFS filesystem support 160 &lt;*&gt; XFS filesystem support
163</pre> 161</pre>
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165<p> 163<p>
166If you are using PPPoE to connect to the Internet or you are using a dial-up 164If you are using PPPoE to connect to the Internet or you are using a dial-up
167modem, you will need the following options in the kernel: 165modem, you will need the following options in the kernel:
168</p> 166</p>
169 167
170<pre caption="Selecting PPPoE necessary drivers"> 168<pre caption="Selecting PPPoE necessary drivers">
171<comment>(With a 2.6.x kernel)</comment>
172Device Drivers ---&gt; 169Device Drivers ---&gt;
173 Networking support ---&gt; 170 Networking support ---&gt;
174 &lt;*&gt; PPP (point-to-point protocol) support 171 &lt;*&gt; PPP (point-to-point protocol) support
175 &lt;*&gt; PPP support for async serial ports 172 &lt;*&gt; PPP support for async serial ports
176 &lt;*&gt; PPP support for sync tty ports 173 &lt;*&gt; PPP support for sync tty ports
234Now that your kernel is configured, it is time to compile and install it. Exit 231Now that your kernel is configured, it is time to compile and install it. Exit
235the configuration and run the commands which will compile the kernel: 232the configuration and run the commands which will compile the kernel:
236</p> 233</p>
237 234
238<pre caption="Compiling the kernel"> 235<pre caption="Compiling the kernel">
239<comment>Kernel 2.6</comment>
240(All) # <i>make all &amp;&amp; make modules_install</i> 236# <i>make all &amp;&amp; make modules_install</i>
241</pre> 237</pre>
242 238
243<p> 239<p>
244When the kernel is done compiling, copy over the kernel image to 240When the kernel is done compiling, copy over the kernel image to
245<path>/boot</path>. 241<path>/boot</path>.
335<path>kernel-2.6</path> file and enter the module 331<path>kernel-2.6</path> file and enter the module
336name in it. 332name in it.
337</p> 333</p>
338 334
339<pre caption="Editing /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6"> 335<pre caption="Editing /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6">
340<comment>(Example for 2.6 kernels)</comment>
341# <i>nano -w /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6</i> 336# <i>nano -w /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6</i>
342</pre> 337</pre>
343 338
344<pre caption="/etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6"> 339<pre caption="/etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6">
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