RE: FW: Call for m68k/atari debian-installer testers
> > harddrive under MiNT (which is a free OS as well) and even create
> > ext2-partitions there. :-)
> Sure, but you still have to be able to tell d-i which partitions you
> want for swap and root, etc. Partman can't tell you want
> disks you have.
> The new images will (hopefully) default to partitioner/partconf, which
> should be able to understand your disk and let you select
> what you want as root. Sometimes it's a bit byzantine.
> > because of only 4 mb ST-RAM, on my stock falcon I have to get an
> > external CD-ROM first.
I just got one a few minutes ago. :-)
> It'll be a while (if ever) before we can try a 4MB install.
> Stock falcon doesn't have a nic, right?
No. None of the ATARIs has a nic. Only the clones like Hades or Milan
That's the reason why the romport solution is so popular.
You can find it at: http://hardware.atari.org
The sources for drivers for MiNT are at: