Re: Installation Issue
Mark Scott wrote:
> Greetings everyone.
> I am a bit embarrased to ask this here but I have exhuasted my limited
> knowledge trying to solve an installation problem.
> Trying to install potato on a mac II si with 17mb Ram, extensions off,
> appletalk off, Maccon ethernet installed. The install process, from a hard
> drive partition, works fine until the package lists are installed from
> CDROM then the process locks up with a series of what look like, to me
> anyway, SCSI time out error messages.
> This has happened to me before but the process has eventually worked on
> about the third attempt but on this occasion nothing I do will seem to get
> me past the package list installation stage from the first CD of the
> distribution r0.
> Does anybody have any suggestions work arounds etc I speculate that there
> is a SCSI driver issue with the install 2.2.10 kernel but any suggestions
> are welcome.
> Kind regards
Use the new 2.2.19 kernel package. I'm not exactly sure where it can be
found at but search the list archives, it's was announced less than a
month ago if I recall properly. The 2.2.10 kernel has SCSI reselect
issues (i.e. you can't reliably use more than 1 SCSI device). Michael
Schmitz helped me fix this somewhere around 2.2.17 if I recall properly.