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Re: trying to install slink from cdrom on ds10...

Okay, I've gotten to "Install Operating System Kernel and Modules".  My
filesystems are mounted, it asks what device I want to install off of, I
say fd0, it asks for the Rescue Floppy and installs it.  I've got the
2.2.12 kernel on the Rescue Floppy, so I'm assuming that it installs the
2.2.12 kernel on the hard drive.

But then it asks for the Drivers Floppy....  The Slink Drivers Floppies
won't work with the 2.2.12 Kernel, will they?  Plus, when I look at the
file system there's a /target/lib/modules/2.2.2-ac7 directory that's chock
full of goodies.  Again, I'm assuming that those are courtesy of the
Rescue Floppy.

I guess my question is, what should I do at the "Driver Floppy" prompt.



matthew whitworth

On Thu, 23 Mar 2000, Ernest Johanson wrote:

> The install process copies the kernel from the floppy disk to the hard
> disk during the installation. That was enough to get up and running. Then
> I downloaded the kernel sources from ftp.us.kernel.org and compiled the
> kernel specifically for the machine. 
> Ernest Johanson
> Web Systems Administrator
> Fuller Theological Seminary
> > 
> > I've booted off of a rescue floppy with the 2.2.12 kernel as you
> > suggested, but I have (at least) one question left: How do you install the
> > 2.2.12 kernel and modules to the hard disk so that when the system reboots
> > after the base installation you're good to go?  I'm assuming that the base
> > system contains the copy of the kernel and modules that actually get
> > installed.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Matt
> > 
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > matthew whitworth
> > matthew@okcomputer.org
> > 
> > 
> > 

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