(Please always reply to the bug report rather than individual persons.)It looks like the message I replied to was not CC'd to the mailing list. I'll make sure to CC the list from now on.
On Monday 11 December 2006 21:14, you wrote:
> Frans Pop
> > Just tried today's testing boot floppies along with a CG6
> > framebuffer, Sun monitor, and Sun Type5 keyboard. It still looks
> > like it needs more than one ENTER key press at the root disk prompt,
> > but it did continue the boot process.
> So the problem is not the enter key versus the keypad enter key, but
> rather that it needs to be pressed more than once?
> Were you able to complete the installation after loading the other
> P.S. Please type your replies below the text you quote (and delete any
> irrelevant text). That makes things much easier to read...
> It appears to work after pressing the Enter key on the number pad, then
> pressing the Enter key on the keyboard. I was able to duplicate this
> on the serial console as well. I get a ^M when I'm on the serial
> console after pressing the number pad Enter key.
OK. I doubt we'll have time to look into this before the release of Etch.
Nice to hear that floppies actually work. We've not had an installation
report for those in ages :-)
> I was able to complete an install once the root image loaded, but the
> esp module doesn't get loaded in the initial ramdisk image, so the
> system won't boot properly after install.
This should be fixed with current images. Would be nice if you could