Gentoo Archives: gentoo-ppc-user

From: JOAN MASSICH VALL <u1048183@××××××××××.es>
To: gentoo-ppc-user@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-ppc-user] problems with PowerBook G4
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 10:05:52
In Reply to: [gentoo-ppc-user] problems with PowerBook G4 by Nicholas S-A
Hello, I'm Sik and I want to ask you some questions:

I have a PbG4 867MHz 12" (with a nvidia) and I can't have running the
airport and MOL.
Your TI-Book have a radeon or a nvidia? Because I only can take 8bits of
color with MOL and I can see any thing.

The second one is about the airport, it's the old one 11Mbps?

> hello, > I have installed Gentoo PPC (2005.1) on my 800 Mhz Titanium PowerBook > G4 successfully (it boots). I have some problems, however, and I was > wondering if anyone could help me. As it stands, I can not do the > following which I would like: > 1) I cannot configure ethernet (on eth0) or airport (on eth1, wifi1, > and wlan1). after running "alias eth0=sungem" and "alias eth1=airport", > "alias wifi1=airport", and "alias wlan1=airport", I still cannot > connect using net.eth0 and net.eth1, etc, config and ifup eth0/ifup > eth1. It says (I am booted into OSX now because I cannot get mail from > Gentoo, so this might be a little off): > ifconfig: eth0: device not found > or something like that. The same goes for eth1. Is there a guide > somewhere that I could read about configuring ethernet and airport > under gentoo?
> 4) This is a question about Mac-On-Linux. I was wondering how to > install and run it. I have it installed, but when I run what it says to > on the man pages, I get some errors about the display, and I think the > OSX partition (I am really sorry I am so vague, but I forgot it since > running MOL is not as high a priority right now as getting my linux > system configured). It does the same thing when run in an xterm or > Terminal Window (GNOME).
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