Re: Debian on Amiga 1200
Alle 16:36, giovedì 13 ottobre 2005, Sascha Cremer ha scritto:
> I have installed the Debian-68k Distribution on my Amiga 1200. The
> Installation procedure including the partitioning works very fine without
> any errors.
> After installing and rebooting the system, I want to start the Linux-System
> with Amiboot 5.6. I have tried lots of different commands with the
> (like this one: amiboot-5.6 -k linuxamiga root=/dev/hdb1), but he didn't
> find the Kernel file. Some people told me other names for the Kernel and I
> have tried them, but it doesn't work.
> The Linux-System is installed on my Harddisk on the secondary IDE-Channel.
> But what is the name for the Kernel to start it?
> Please help or give me a short tip for my problem.
It seems like you have NO kernel on the Amiga side installed. The kernel must
be loaded BEFORE the boot begins.
You'll have to download a kernel (or use the one given on debian CDs) and put
it somewhere on the Amiga partition (best is the same directory where you
The kernel has to be a binary image for Amiga, also gzipped is ok, but NOT the
You can find some kernels here: