Re: Why can I not more install from ZIP-Disk ???
Michelle Konzack <email@example.com> writes:
> I had used SLINK and I had every time installed from a Dos-Boot-Floppy
> and then from a ZIP100-Disk.
> The files are:
> loadlin.exe linux root.bin
> rescue.bin drivers.tgz base2_1.tgz
> I have done this for POTATO too.
> I can boot, partition my harddisk and initialise the partitions.
> 1st Question: Why does it work in 8 seconds for a 5,6 GByte drive ???
Because it's not checking for bad sectors. If you want that test
(which is usually unnecessary), then use the verbose boot argument.
> Then if I like to continue, I can not choose my ZIP-Drive (hdc).
> 2nd Question: Why do you have removed it from the Dialog ???
Yikes. We didn't, at least not intentionally.
What does /proc/ide/hdc/media say? Try this from the 2nd tty while
booted into the rescue disk.
Does the kernel you are using support the device? Kernel messages
should tell that...
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