Re: HELP: Amiga 2000, Blizzard 2060---base system install fails! (fwd)
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Original author: Christer Oldhoff
Written on: 10-May-02
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> I am trying the installation today from a FFS partition instead of a
> SFS one.
> I'll keep the list posted...
I just wanted to let you know that at 16:20 CEST, I logged in as normal user
on my successfully installed Debian Linux 3.0.22 (woody) system.
It is still very basic: I now need to orient myself in the package jungle
and get a GUI (GNOME?) as fast as possible.
To sum my experience:
Removing thr Oktagon SCSI controller physically was essential to get the
installation to work.
The rest stayed in:
A2000 rev. 6.2, 1MB Chip RAM, ECS
internal AMIGA floppy drive (DF0:)
Blizzard 2060/50MHz with onboard SCSI controller (MAPROM feature enabled)
64MB Fast RAM
DEInterlace internal (video slot) flicker fixer
Picasso-II with 2MB onboard RAM (in linear mode)
Multiface-III interface card
Catweasel S-Class Zorro-II IDE/Floppy Controller
Samsung 20 GB IDE HD
MrooCheck mouse adapter
In separate box:
- *Connected to B2060 onboard SCSI:*
* Pioneer SCSI CD-ROM DR-124X
* Seagate 2.1GB SCSI HD
* Syquest 3105S SCSI removable media
PC HD floppy drive *connected to Catweasel*
Not all the above hardware is recognized by Linux due to missing/not yet
Can I use packages from my potato CD-ROM disks with the woody distribution?
Thank You for all the help---I am sure that I will be back soon with more
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