Bug#32282: Boot Floppies v2.1.5; drv1440tecra disk does not install correctly
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On Fri, 22 Jan 1999, BOHICA <COfrog@toast.net> wrote:
> During the "Install the Kernel and Modules" step when the routine asks
> for the Drivers disk, it completes the routine without reporting any
> However, when I reach the "Configure the Modules" stage the list is
> empty! The only option is the "Exit this section"
> I successfully duplicated this on the following machines:
> Toshiba Portegé 610CT
> Toshiba Satellite Pro 420CDT
> IBM Thinkpad 720CXT
> Compaq Presario
> The workaround I found is to use the drv1440 driver disk with the
> resc1440tecra rescue disk.
I've received reports of succesful installations on laptops using the
2.1.6 version of the boot-floppies, released Jan 30. May you try that one
and confirm that this bug is fixed?
Enrique Zanardi email@example.com