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1. Make certain you run . ./init_vars, then change to the directory where
you put your o/s sources and run make xconfig (if you're running x) or you
can edit .config. I had not read about "not to use a simple editor" and
have done it many times with no problem. When done, back in the home
directory "make kernel" does the job.
There's a special section for the AXIS hardware in the config file covering
the various ports, etc.
2. All I know about this is in /etc/inittab, comment out the
"sh:3:respawn:/bin/sh" line which will shut off shell access through ttyS0.
There may be another undocumented secret somewhere?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Frank Brown
> Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2004 00:02
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: OGurkan@xxxxxxx.com
> Subject: Configuring
> I don't want to wear out my welcome, but I have two more questions.
> 1. What technique should I use to alter kernelconfig. I know
> there is some approach, but I can't find it in the
> documentation. It advises not to use a simple editor.
> 2. I need to configure the Axis-83 so it does NOT use either
> of the serial ports for the boot process, in any way. Is it
> possible to redirect the console BEFORE boot?? Maybe to
> ttyS1, which physically is still inside the case?? I know
> it's a strange question.
> Frank Brown
> Phoenix Consulting
> for Emerson Climate Technology