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Bug#23076: marked as done ([non-bug, no response from submitter] Failed making bootdisk)

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From: rbirkenm@student.informatik.uni-ulm.de (Rainer Birkenmaier)
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Subject: Failed making bootdisk
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Package: drv1440.bin/resc1440.bin/base2_0.tgz
Version: from May 28.

I did a 1-Disk only install, with resc1440.bin and base2_0.tgz on
harddisk and all other via ftp.
I tried to make a bootdisk what failed (with multiple Diskettes)
while setting up the system (booted from disk).

Bye ... Rainer!
-> Rainer Birkenmaier
-> e-mail: 	rbirkenm@hydra.informatik.uni-ulm.de

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