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Installing potato via NFS


	I am unable to get the new boot disks to work for an NFS install.
I created the rescue disk (resc1440.bin) and the root disk (root1440.bin)
from the disk images, and dbootstrap gets started just fine. Since I am
installing over a Redhat 6.1 install, I choose to activate an already
initialized swap partition, followed by mounting an already initialized
(/) partition. 

	After this point, I am not sure which way I should proceed. I
tried selecting the choice "Install the Base Operating System" and
specified NFS, whereupon I got the message :

modprobe: Cant open dependencies file /lib/modules/2.2.12/modules.dep (No
such file or directory)

	Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks in advance,

Whoever asked if the debian organization was dead isn't reading
debian-devel. 66 messages in one day, and it's not over. I find it
difficult to keep up.
	-- Bruce Perens

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