Re: Debian Installer
They work fine. There are some module dependancies that are not there,
and which do not matter; and you are warned not to select a keymap, and
since I have never tried this, I do not know if that is an out of date
However, I have done installs twice with those disks, and am about to do
On Mon, 17 Mar 2003, Frank Carmickle wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Mar 2003, Mario Lang wrote:
> > Luke Davis <email@example.com> writes:
> > > linux-speakup.org, has a Debian installer with speakup, if that is what
> > > you desire.
> > The latest information I have about the speakup-enabled woody
> > boot-floppies is that they do not work. Do you have any other
> > information regarding this?
> > Quoting the README for the woody speakup disks:
> > "These are the woody bootdisks with speakup using kernel 2.4.17. They
> > were packaged from the 3.0.18 boot-floppies utils which are no longer
> > current. I will be updating them again in the next month or so
> > depending on how much closer to release we get. At that time there ..."
> Well my words have come back to haunt me. I have planned on updating
> them. However I just got an internet connection again this last month and
> I will be working on them soonish. However I would like to make all
> architectures speakup enabled. I just compiled speakup on a ppc with no
> luck. Kirk and I are working on this. As far as I know the speakup
> enabled woody floppies that are on the site work just fine. I need to get
> up to speed on the new installation system. I don't think that it is that
> important for me to work on woody disks now but I might anyway.
> > Well, the release of Woody is not already nearly a year ago.
> last July right?