Re: Any support for legacy-free systems? (was: Re: Can a rescue floppy load some modules before the installer starts?)
More accurately, I first tried Debian 2.2 CD. The Win98 machine did
boot the Debian installer and the USB keyboard worked fine with it. I
did not try any real installation of Debian on the machine.
As far as I know, a PC 2001 legacy-free machine will fail to boot Debian
2.2 CD. I'm also searching for testers who can test woody boot floppies
on legacy-free systems around here.
Adam Di Carlo wrote:
Do things work fine with boot-floppies on that system at least?
"Free software is not for free."
Kaz Sasayama <Kaz.Sasayama@HyperLinuxJP.com>; Screen Name: kazssym
Hyper Linux Systems (Hypercore Software Design, Ltd.)