debian not working on a PC without math copro
a friend of mine was trying to install debina but unfortunately he
couldn't because her machine didn't have a math coprocessors,do you know
if there's installation disk for this,here's the spec of his machine:
Its a 486SL, with an award Bios - no coprocessor socket of course It has
32MB of RAM, an Adaptec 1542 SCSI controller with a Seagate 2gig drive, a
1.44mb floppy, a generic VGA only video card (640x480x256 max), a Digiboard
8i 8-port serial adaptor, however I pulled that out, and a Etherlink III
ISA 3Com ethernet card, to attach to the internal network in my house. The
CDROM (Toshiba 3401 1x) is mounted, but not connected.
It has a microsoft mouse compatible trackball built into the keyboard.
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