actually, neither. i meant the calculator to computer link. if you have read my previous threads, you'll find out how much grief my windows driver has caused me. currently, it's the only one that works. tilp created a usb linux kernel module that works with silverlink (my link cable) but i can't compile it because of some technical error. that driver comes with the 2.5.xx kernel, however, so i thought that i would upgrade my kernel and get the link driver as a bonus. little did i know how buggy 2.5.xx kernels are. (2.5.xx is the development version, so it's supposed to be buggy).
Originally posted by golfinguy4
Why would you want to put linux on a ti-89? Or are you trying to install a calculator environment simulator on linux?