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Bug#60872: marked as done ([slink] dbootstrap requiring unexisting file resc1440-2.0.38.bin)

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From: "Paolo Benvenuto" <donpaolo@gsi.it>
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Subject: dbootstrap requiring unexisting file resc1440-2.0.38.bin
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Package: dbootstrap
Version: 2.1.11

I'm installing debian linux from HD (I don't have floppies). version 
2.1.11, 28 august 1999

I'm using a laptop, ACER Extensa 390, with W98 on the first partition.

I downloaded the necessary files, as described in the installation manual,=
and I started loadlin without the configuration files of w98.

All OK until dbootstrap arrives to "installing kernel and modules".

Selecting the installation from a no-mounted disk. The installation can't 
go on because the program ask for the file resc1440-2.0.38.bin, that 
doesn't exist on my HD (exist resc1440.bin). It continue asking for this 
file, that asoluteli doesn't exist on the HD

I tried to rename resc1440.bin to resc1440-2.0.38.bin, but it doesn't 
resolve. All continue as before.

The situation is igual even if the first, w98, partition is mounted. 
dbootstrap keeps asking for resc1440-2.0.38.bin.

How may I find a little help to resolve my problem and install debian 

Buon giubileo!

d. Paolo Benvenuto <donpaolo@gsi.it> - PGP Public Key available
Guaricano - Santo Domingo - Rep=FAblica Dominicana
Vedi anche il sito di mio fratello don Giovanni:
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C'e' piu' gioia nel dare che nel ricevere (Gesu')
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Subject: bug fixed in potato (stable) boot-floppies
From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
Date: 23 Aug 2000 22:18:27 -0400
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Try the 'potato' installation system.   The bug you reported is
against Slink, which is no longer supported.

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

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