On 28 Sep 2011 04:52, "Jan Kratochvil" <jan.kratochvil(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Tue, 27 Sep 2011 23:12:55 +0200, Chris Tyler wrote:
> Running a distribution on a phone can be a challenge because drivers for
> the phone component are generally not available.
f13beta3 was running in chroot OK on N900 with Linux version
but f14 in chroot aborts with "FATAL: kernel too old".
I guess it is just due to glibc --enable-kernel being too high. Maybe the
Fedora arm port could use lower --enable-kernel? But I have not tried to
rebuild glibc to test it.
No, you just need a kernel >= 2.6.32. Its an ancient kernel used on recent
enterprise distros and android 2.3.x so its not a massive inconvience