[PlanetCCRMA] Older planet-ccrma kernels.

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Aug 1 12:50:02 2003

> Where can I find them? I am trying to get two nforce2 based
> machines (shuttle and soltek MBs) to run stable, but the only kernel that
> has succeded is the ccrma/redhat 2.4.20-18.1.caps kernel.
> I have tried linux-2.4.21-1.ll.acpi (both with and without acpi),
> redhat8 2.4.18.something, and vanilla 2.4.22-pre8. But they all
> freeze after some time. 2.4.20-18.1.caps seems to run
> quite fine though (after disabling lots of stuff in the bioses, and
> turning off kudzu).
> But I would like to try some older ccrma kernels. And have
> forgotten where they were placed. Are they still available?

I think they are still there (but I was going to clean up that stuff
soon). Go to:


And look into the 7.x.up and 7.x.lap directories. 

But those kernels are very old and do not have explicit support for the
nforce2 chipset at all. Anyway, try them before they are gone! :-)

-- Fernando