Re: [email@example.com: Base14-10.bin is broken?]
Adam Di Carlo <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > While attempting to install Debian 2.2 onto a Toshiba Satellite 2545CDS, I
> > got as far as Base14-10.bin, which is disk 10 of 12. The installer detects
> > that disk 10 is disk 1. I tried re-downloading from a different site, but
> > that didn't work. I have been using rawrite2 to write each of my floppy
> > images to disk. Any ideas?
> Sounds like a dbootstrap bug. Maybe it can't handled 2-digit
> base14-XX.bin file names.
Actually, it's more likely to be rawrite2 that can't handle a 9.3
To solve the immediate problem, rename the files that don't fit in 8.3
to something that does before running rawrite2.
And for us, the thing to do is find a naming scheme for these files
that doesn't break 8.3.
Chris Waters email@example.com | I have a truly elegant proof of the
or firstname.lastname@example.org | above, but it is too long to fit into
http://www.dsp.net/xtifr | this .signature file.