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Re: 2.4.x kernel, pcmcia-cs, and boot-floppies

Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 11:37:19AM -0700 wrote:
> I'm trying to make some custom boot floppies for Woody with xfs support
> and have managed to hack the package enough to make it work with one
> exception.  When the installation reaches the point of installing the 
> base system it gets hung up on the installation of the pcmcia-cs package.  
> It can't install it because (I think) the version that is set to be included
> by a woody install is actually the potato version which is not compatible with
> the kernel 2.4.x module tree structure.  So, what I'm wondering is if there is 
> a way to override what version of pcmcia-cs gets installed with base from the 
> boot-floppies package.

You would probably need to patch the debootstrap package to install a
specific pcmcia-cs from a different site.


> Thanx,
> Russ
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