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Re: About Amiga Debian


I solved these problems some time back, see:


for some startup-sequence magic.  I put a file in my s: directory called
golinux, and when I re-boot, it boots up in linux.  I then created a
script called linuxboot in /root, so I can do a shutdown and reboot into

As for Amiboot, there is a debug option which is causing the wait for a
keyboard press to start loading the kernel.  Delete this option (-d?).


On Tue, Jan 17, 2006 at 12:43:41PM +0300, nzabrod wrote:
> First af all, I should thank everyone, who helped me to work out PCMCIA NIC problem. 
> Thank you very much for your help and support. 
> Thank you for wasting electrical power, spent time,  and spare (?) CPU cycles for me =).
> The next question =), it's really Amiga-related. I'd like to make boot process more unattended, but I really afraid of using amiga-lilo. I've got 30 gb HDD with 300 mb amiga os partition - the rest one is for linux. I don't know the mechanism of amiga-lilo and don't want to destroy my system via RDB crash or something.
> Does anyone know, maybe amiboot has switches, that disable asking to "press any key" ? It's better to put it into startup sequence. Is there any AREXX-script to insert into startup-sequence, which will send keys to amiboot automatically ?
> -- 
> Best Regards
> Nikolay O. Zabrodotskiy        
> http://mech.math.msu.su/~zabrod
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