I can't believe how impossible it is to upgrade from Kernel 2.2 to 2.4.
I have downloaded and uncompressed
util-linux-2.4.10o.tar.gz as recommended in the /Linux/Documentation/Changes file.
Next step, as I understand it, is to:
1. cd to /util-linux-2.10o
2. type './configure'.
3. type 'make'.
4. type 'make install'.
I got to step 2. I saw several lines informing that "you have..." and "you don't have..." and "you need"
here are the "don't have's" and "needs":
You don't have inet_aton()
You don't have <linux/blkpg.h>
You don't have <linux/kd.h>
You don't have --NR_pivot_root
You need <linux/tqueue.h>
There was a message"Assuming that you want to enable nls support, (Otherwise, edit defines.h and remove the line with ENABLE_NLS")
And another message: "Your rpcgen output does not compile".
Can anyone tell me what this all means?
Should I continue with steps 3 and 4, or should I go looking for something?
What is nls support?
What is the problem with rpcgen compile?
Are these don't haves and need files or something else that I have to work with.