Bug#49951: dbootstrap should allow free-form disk device selection
George Bonser <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> An acceptable alternative would be to provide dac960 support as a module.
> Allow the user to load modules BEFORE initializing a hard disk so the
> driver can be loaded. Allow the user to manually specify an install target
> if none are autodetected.
This is already the case I believe. No?
> In this way I could load DAC960 support on the install (loading the driver
> floppy and selecting the dac960 module), then select partition a hard
> disk. When the system returns that it did not find any disk, it should ask
> if I want to specify a device. If it finds that device, it continues as
> The part I hate is that debian tries to be smarter than I am and if it
> does not see the disk, it assumes that it can not possibly exist so it
> never gives me a chance to enter a device manually.
Good point. I filed a bug for you.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>