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Debian install troubles

I am trying to install the Debian release on a Quadra 610, 20MB RAM, 
2.1GB drive. I have the drive partitioned into 1-MacOS, 1-Root, 1-Swap. I 
used DiskTool to do the partition formatting. When I launch the Penguin 
and BOOT I get to the point in the boot process where it is looking at 
the SCSI chain. There it hangs never more to return. I read a blurb about 
troubles with some SCSI controller chip sets and that a work around was 
to add the line, MAX_SCSI_LUNS=0 to you boot string. If I do this I get 
booted all the way to the Installer menus but there are no drives 
available. Any ideas?


 Best Regards,
 Rick Gross
 School of Journalism and Communication
 University of Oregon

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