Re: Burning CD & Linuxconf
Hi from Philippe in Paris, France
I curretly run a Debian on a LC 630. In order to burn an iso image to a
CDROM, with toast, on a PowerMac, you need to choose the "image physique"
item in the "Format" menu. The files names will be kept untouched.
----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Charikane <email@example.com>
To: Debian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 10:53 AM
Subject: Burning CD & Linuxconf
> Here I am Eric, in France near Paris, very new to this list and to Debian
Linux on 68k Apple Macintosh. I'm trying to run linux on one Performa LC 630
Dos with a full 68040. I plan to use it first for ham radio applications
like TCP/IP over radio with a TNC3S in slip mode.
> The first step is running quite well, i.e the system without X. Althought
I have 2 questions :
> - I have downloaded the CD images and try to burn my own CD iso 9660 using
toast 4 on the macintosh G4 with MacOS 9.1. But I didn't find a way to keep
the right case of the pathname in the new burnt CD, i.e every pathname
became from lower-case to upper-case everywhere, so I could not use the CD
with the installer, as it didn't recognise any path ! What am I missing ?
> - After installing linuxconf_1.17r5-2.deb with dselect, things seem to go
well, but when I try to run it, I've always got " Segmentation Fault ". What
can I do to make it run ?
> Thanks for any help, regards
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