Re: Thinkpad 365x
Debian user wrote:
> i'm new to this list and my english is not as good as i would like but
> i'll try to explain my problem.
> I use debian 2.1 since some time now, and i wanted to use it on a laptop.
> I buyed an old Thinkpad 365x (Pentium 100) HD:810Mb IDE and 24Mb of RAM,
> and tryed to boot with a bootdisk made by rawrite2.
I have a 365xd (same deal, just has a cd-rom drive) and I found that it
doesn't like kernels that are compressed with bzip. gzipped kernels
work. I didn't have any problems with the tecra disk though.
It's been a while since I ran linux on this laptop, but I believe it was
a 2.0.34 kernel.
Greg "Tower" Starkes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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