Re: boot disks joy
> On Aug 15, Ben Collins illuminated with a virtual scribe :
> It shouldn't need to do that. You specify the boot disk location
> explicitly like:
> That is the default. What did you put in?
the installer asked for `where the debian archive resides', I replied with
/instmnt (nfs mount of our local mirror) and it then proceeded to search
for files. I did not get an opportunity to choose between `list all
available` or 'manual' selection. I tried putting the full path to the
'current' boot-disks but the installer would not accept it.
> BTW, thanks for the sun4m report. I hadn't heard anything about them in
> awhile and was wondering whether they even worked :)
anytime. I've an ELC and an ultra5 to check it on too. I'll let you know how
they go RSN.
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