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Bug#63454: marked as done (crc error with compact boot floppies)



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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.2.12-2000-04-26 ; reported 2000-05-02
Severity: important

I have tried the rescue.bin on two systems with multiple floppies. Integrity
of the floppy was verified on both systems (cmp as well as scandisk).

When Linux is loaded a "crc error" results and the install process hangs.
CRTL-ALT-DEL is blocked.


-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.2
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux k2-400 2.3.99-pre6 #42 Thu Apr 27 10:50:57 PDT 2000 i586

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Subject: bugs closed in boot-floppies 2.2.13
From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
Date: 12 May 2000 10:55:50 -0400
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The bug you have reported should be closed in boot-floppies 2.2.13,
now part of the potato Debian archive.  

Changes: 
 boot-floppies (2.2.13) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
 .
   * new build of i386 boot-floppies fix several serious build problems
     - base floppies invalid checksum
     - compact flavor invalid rescue/root (closes: Bug#63454)
   * Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org>
     - top-level Makefile: pathcmd now uses absolute paths for updates
       (closes: Bug#62730); fix all-lang-arch-docs rule, rename it to
       'doc-web' since that is what it is for; cleanup and segment
       documentation build rules a bit, thanks to Othmar
     - base: add syslinux back for i386 so we can make a boot floppy
       (closes: Bug#60928, Bug#63454, Bug#63455); add bsdutils back
     - rescue: f#.txt changes suggested by Bruce Sass, J.A. Bezemer,
       Guentcho Skordev, and Santiago Vila (closes: Bug#62938)
     - README-Users.m4: minor Alpha patch from Adam C Powell IV
     - control: to build Czech documentation we need cslatex and cspsfonts
       and their depends, so add that to boot-floppies depends
     - documentation/*: cleanup old entity references; adjust some entities
       for web building; resync serial-console and nfsroot support based on
       current dbootstrap settings; cosmetics; hack away at potato'isms;
       correct and improve the downloadable file section
     - dbootstrap: when writing fstab for nfs mounted partition, set the
       option 'nolock', as suggested by Bjoern Brill
   * Othmar Pasteka
     - German updates; resync German documentation improvements to the
       English version
   * Bruce Sass
     - documentation: fix the file naming, sync to 2.2.12 based on what is
       in the archive (closes: Bug#48358)
   * Randolph Chung <tausq@debian.org>
     - changes to busybox to get modconf to work. Details in busybox
       changelog (closes: Bug#63315)
   * Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org>
     - added psaux device for sparc for UltraAXe systems.
     - fix some mounting code (may have been fixed in 2.2.12)
       (closes: Bug#62643)
     - release.sh: fix install of linux-a.out and tftpboot images
     - rootdisk: include ethtool aswell
     - dbootstrap/partitionconfig: use -v1 for sparc, irregardless
   * Daniel Jacobowitz <dan@debian.org>
     - update to BootX 1.2.2 to fix some lockups
   * David Huggins-Daines <dhd@debian.org>:
     - rescue disk made with '-O none' so it works with MILO
       (closes: Bug#63298)
   * Michael Sobolev:
     - dbootstrap: more work on language chooser functionality; this is not
       yet shipped by default but should take the form of at least an i386
       flavor at some point soon

-- 
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>



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