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Posted By: msporny
Date: 2003-Mar-04 10:43
Summary:xRhino Releases Debian-based GNU/Linux Distribution for PlayStation 2

xRhino today released version 1.0 of their BlackRhino GNU/Linux distribution for the Sony PlayStation® 2 game console. A tools and middleware developer for the PS2, xRhino has been involved with and continues to contribute to the PS2 Linux community. BlackRhino GNU/Linux is a port of Debian GNU/Linux to the Sony PlayStation® 2 game console. It contains over 1200 software packages; simple games, text editors, compilers, web servers, windowing systems, database systems, graphics packages, mail servers and a variety of other development tools and utilities comprise the extensive toolset. For more information, visit the BlackRhino Linux home page.

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Message: 32397
BY: dberkompas
DATE: 2003-Mar-07 15:36
SUBJECT: BRL & the xrhino kernel

I've gotten BRL to run, but only with the stock 2.2.1 kernel. When I try change it to use the 2.2.21 xrhino kernel, it seems to be looking for DHCP (DHCPDISCOVER: blah blah blah interval 8)

Now then, I didn't change anything in /etc/network/interfaces, except changed the to .42

Are there more changes I need to make?



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BRL & the xrhino kerneldberkompas2003-Mar-07 15:36
      RE: BRL & the xrhino kerneldberkompas2003-Mar-07 15:59
            RE: BRL & the xrhino kernelmsporny2003-Mar-10 07:42


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