Re: Proliant 1000 pains in the butt
Maybe I did not make myself clear that well.
I compiled a kernel witch was patched with mingo........'s patch;
raid-2.2.18.A0 (i think).
I then made menuconfig; make dep; make bzImage. Then copied the bzImage to
the rescue-flop renaming it to linux.
Everything went well up untill the point where the install-program wishes to
install system operating-kernel and modules.--> CD-rom; can not mount
rescue-floppy. (my "rescue-floppy") OK. Made myself an original
rescue-floppy, but it didn't buy it. Same message.
I went to a console with alt-F2; but I have no clue on how to mount the flop
(i.e.: didn't buy mounting fd0; fd0CompaQ; with or without the -t vfat
Is there a workaround on this?
Almost.............almost is entirely NOTHING!
> Well thanx for giving me the pleasure to learn.....
> I've got meself a working bootflop & All is recognized.
> Next challenge: Install Operating system Kernel and Modules!!!!!!!!!!
> I gently lay in the CD-rom.....Now it can't install the rescue flop
> Place Debian Cd-rom; enter
> /instmnt; enter
> default: The default stable archive (I know of nothing else:-))
> Unable to mount the rescue floppy. You may have inserted the wrong floppy
> Please try again????????????????????????
> When I put in the floppy that I remarkebly produced, making the system see
> the different scsi-adapters, it gives: Unable to mount the resue floppy,
> Anybody knows how I should go about this?
> Allmost there..........half actually.
> Frans Schreuder.