Thanks for taking time to deal with this.
I have an image from stable, and it is not
burned onto cd-rom. So I thougt it was
stright forward to loopmount this image and
get some new modules. But that was not possible.
Maybe Solaris 7 don't have this feature?
It would be nice to build a new image from this
stable and test CD, because I think I need a newer kernel
for the installation of Debian on a Sun Ultra 1 Creative.
I have not been able to install because there is a:
esp0:data bad parity detected
effectively blocking the install procedure. I think a
newer kernel maybe would be a remedy?
On Fri, 4 Jul 2003, Richard Atterer wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 02, 2003 at 11:10:50AM +0200, Christer Jansson wrote:
> > Since booting/installning is not possible with "testing"/"unstabel",
> > I would appreciate some info about how I can use jigdo to
> > update my existing sparc-image which I am fetching right now
> > with jigdo.
> Do you mean that you'd like to use jigdo once a newer version of the
> testing CD images is available, and have jigdo update your existing testing
> CDs to the newer, now bootable CD images?
> If yes, this is described in the jigdo HOWTO - in case that description is
> unclear or you meant something else, rephrase your question. :)
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