[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Just starting out

I recently decided to try to install Debian on my old Quadra 700
system.  It has a 68040 CPU, so I think it should work.  I downloaded the
rescue/root/driver images and dd'ed them to floppies, but the Quadra spits
the rescue disk out when I try to boot it.  Is there something special I
have to do to get it to boot?  Also, what block size should I be using
width dd to write the floppies?  I've experienced some problems with using
the wrong bs before.



Reply to: