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Re: Help installing Debian on an LCII macintosh

Le 31/12/2017 à 00:02, Finn Thain a écrit :
> On Sat, 30 Dec 2017, tom lukeywood wrote:
>> Hello I am trying to install Debian on my old LCII i found recently 
>> found in an attic and I am currently trying to find an install disk to 
>> use.
>> i have found this page: 
>> http://archive.debian.org/debian/dists/etch-m68k/
>> but it cant find anything that looks like a Debian installer floppy 
>> image.
>> Where are the floppy images for Debian etch m68k?
> Etch was never officially released for m68k. I don't recall any floppy 
> images but Stephen Marenka produced an ISO available here:
> https://people.debian.org/~smarenka/d-i/m68k/cds/daily/debian-etch-m68k-m68k-netinst.iso
> The etch-m68k installer does require some kernel parameters. Please see,
> https://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstaller/M68k
>> also my LC II has 8MB of ram.
>> Is it reasonably to run Debian etch or should i try Potato instead?
> The installation guide says that Potato only requires 5 MB of RAM. Sarge 
> requires 32 MB. This suggests that the Etch installer may not succeed.

You can find a debian-installer on a bootable floppy here:

I don't remember which release it is, perhaps woody.


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