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Re: Status of Debian for Alphas

>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@calder.med.miami.edu> writes:

    Michael> brannon@bufo.usc.edu (Terrence M. Brannon) writes:
    >> Could someone clue me in to the status of Debian for the ALPHA
    >> platform?

    Michael> Unfortunately, duplicating my hard drive is the only
    Michael> simple way to get to that state.  There are no formal
    Michael> installation disks, and the bootstrapping method that
    Michael> currently exists is sub-optimal.

Well, my Alpha will not boot under OSF/1 anymore because I attempted
to mount /usr via NFS instead of locally. So I would appreciate any
method of getting a working Linux up on my AlphaStation 250 4/266.

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