Re: mashed potatoes
Of course, that's right. However, by using Binary 1, I did get SCSI
support, and I was able to put my machine back together. Incidentally,
potato is really nice. Congratulations.
Arthur H. Edwards
712 Valencia Dr. NE
Abq. NM 87108
On Sat, 3 Jun 2000, J.A. Bezemer wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Jun 2000, tony mancill wrote:
> > On Fri, 2 Jun 2000, Arthur H. Edwards wrote:
> > > I tried to revert to 2.1 by using the binary cd. But during the install
> > > that also could not see the hard drives. Now, I was using the binary 2 CD,
> > > that is supposed to be used for laptops. Is is possible that binary 2 CD
> > > also does not have SCSI support?
> > I'm not sure what you mean by the "binary 2" that is for laptops. You
> The Binary-1 CD boots the `vanilla' flavor; Binary-2 has `compact'. It _used_
> to be that Binary-2 had the `tecra' kernel for laptop support, but this is no
> longer the case (`tecra' patches are in mainstream now). AFAIK `compact'
> is not meant specifically for laptops.
> Anne Bezemer