Content by Christian Hansen (original HERE). Modified by Major Tom.
Note: Most local files linked from these pages are missing unfortunately.
There is a few things to consider, before you download one of the kernels below:Size. Be sure not to pick a kernel too large to fit with the rest on the diskette.
This can of course be tricky, if you don't have a filelist.
Devicedrivers. At least you harddiskcontroller should be supported.
Kernel version. It is always a good idea to go for a version matching the one used by
your distro. On the other hand, the latest devicedriver for ibm scsi is in 2.2.18. If you plan to do
serious networking, it is a good idea to go above 2.0.x. Masquerading and firewalling using
*ipchains*, requires a 2.2.x.
Warning! File extensions are *.exe, to
force your browser to treat the file as a binary, and not a text file that
could be corrupted during download. Use right-click and save-as. When download
is completed, rename the file to vmlinuz, before transfer to your Linux system.
||State of the art. Latest 3.2 ibmmca scsi. Built in D-Link DE-320CT. (+3C529 and 3C523).
Fits exactly into RedHat 6.0 netboot.img.
D-Link users: At hardware install, BIOS defaults to BNC. Boot from reference diskette to
change to RJ45.
|2.2.18||N/A 797KB||State of the art.
Latest 3.2 ibmmca scsi.
Check what's inside.
Last update: 29 Mar 2001