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Bug#65431: marked as done (Keymap not loading on Thinkpad 365x)

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From: Jim Crumley <crumley@belka.space.umn.edu>
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Subject: Keymap not loading on Thinkpad 365x
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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.2.15-2000-06-07
Severity: Normal

When trying to install potato on an IBM Thinkpad 365X, I can
not get the keymap to load.  Everything loads normally until
the point where I choose a keyboard. I choose keyboard type qwerty/us
(and I get the same problem with other types), and I get the
error message "Error loading the keymap i386/qwerty/us.bmap
from /etc/keymaps.tgz."

Also, fdisk isn't happy with my hard drive, but I can't partition
with fdisk because the shell won't take input, probably because
of the keyboard problem.

I've had this same problem with boot floppies set 2000-05-05.  The
same set works fine on my desktop machine.

(I tried to post this 2 weeks ago, but I never got an automated response,
and I don't see it on the Bug tracking system, so I'm reposting).

Jim Crumley                 |
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Subject: bugs closed in boot-floppies (2.2.16)
From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
Date: 14 Jul 2000 13:52:25 -0400
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Your bug has been fix, or should be fixed, in boot-floppies 2.2.16
from Potato.  Please let us know if not.

 boot-floppies (2.2.16) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
   * i386 kernel upped to 2.2.17
   * new modutils fixes problems where modules aren't accepting arguments,
     since boot-floppies doesn't provide /bin/bash (closes: Bug#65515)
   * Randolph Chung: RC bugs closed: (closes: Bug#65988, Bug#66284)
   * Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org>
     - tar.c: removed problematic and redundant code that was causing perm
     - kbdconfig.c: make prefix use trailing '/' so the print doesn't need
       it; sparc uses "" for prefix, and the printf wasn't ending up right
       (closes: Bug#65431)
     - up sparc to 2.2.17 kernel
   * Petr Cech <cech@debian.org>
     - scripts/dos/install*.bat: add disksize and flavor where appropriate
     - PACKAGES_all: add perl-base, it's essential
     - Czech updates
   * Adam Di Carlo
     - releases.sh: i386 kernel config should go in images-1.44 and
       images-2.88, which is how it is already documented
     - install-manual: suggest dd uses bs=1024 rather than bs=512
       (closes: Bug#65431)
     - rescue: add info on how to disable fb in f5.txt
     - documentation: fix some translations' SGML validity; skip build of
       Polish documentation since it is not yet supported by debiandoc-sgml
   * Karl M. Hegbloom <karlheg@debian.org>
     - install-manual: normalize markup, some additional examples in the
     - dbootstrap: fix net-fetch method when resuming broken connections;
       when choosing medium, will not prompt with menu when there is only 1
       CD; make more operations interruptable, such as DNS lookups and NFS
   * Christian T. Steigies <cts@debian.org>
     - base (m68k): create hdc and hdd devices
     - documentation updates (still not merged)
     - release: m68k organizational improvements; include AmigaOS dmsg
       tool; Penguin files are now in $release/mac, can be used as-is for
   * Daniel Jacobowitz
     - base: work around makedev bugs on PowerPC
   * Taketoshi Sano
     - dbootstrap: revert if /etc/default/rcS is already modified to use
       localtime (closes: Bug#65933); fix typos preventing language-chooser
   * Josip Rodin
     - release-notes: updates and corrections, esp. on split packages
     - documentation: supports-rarp conditional changes
     - Croatian updates
   * Beiad Ian Q. Dalton: some unintegrated notes on how to work around
     booting on LS-120 drives
   * Ethan Benson
     - documentation for how to deal with iBooks and iMacs and other
       "new world Macintosh" models
   * Bruce Sass
     - more documentation updates and integration
   * Vincent Renardias: French updates
   * Marcin Owsiany <porridge@pandora.info.bielsko.pl>: Polish updates
   * Peter Karlsson: Swedish updates
   * Michael Sobolev: Russian updates
   * Edmund GRIMLEY EVANS: Esperanto updates
   * Risko Gergely <risko@njszki.hu>: Hungarian updates

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

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