I am trying to install Debian 1.3.0 on my machine. It is 100MHZ Pentium
with 32K of RAM, 2GB hard drive, Pioneer SCSI CD ROM, and two Ethernet
Cards; 3Com 509 and 3Com 590.
Hopefully I will be able to put firewall on it.
The very first problem was my RESCUE disc. It can not be read and BIOS
reports "CRC error". Once in a while my computer reads it, but at the
end of installation process when trying to reboot either from floppy or
from the hard drive it reports "CRC" error again.
I have tried several different floppy disks from different manufacturers
and two different computers to do download with no success..
Note. I was able to install older version of debian but always with some
problems, either with Ethernet cards or with SCSI CD ROM.
Does anybody know how to fix this problem.
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