Bug#121374: [David Weingart <email@example.com>] Base system stalls during boot
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My system: PowerMac G4/400 PCI Graphics, 160 MB RAM, 2 internal IDE
drives - 10 GB Western Digital and a 40 GB Maxtor.
My problem: I'm trying to install Woody, so I downloaded the files
needed to create an boot/install CD (as per
http://people.debian.org/~branden/ibook.html), intending to perform
the install via FTP.
I went through the install, and everything seemed to work without
incident. I chose to make the system bootable from the hard disk, and
rebooted the system. This part worked as well - I'm getting the
yaboot prompt, and the linux system starts to boot from the hard
drive. However, it stalls with error message:
"15TZconfig exited with return value 1"
I noticed that I wasn't asked to set the time zone from the installer
(which is different from the 2.2 installer).
If I reboot, the system stalls with a different error:
"Id "1" respawning too fast"
I've wiped the partition clean and re-installed twice with the same
results. Am I doing something wrong?
The foot can split wood, but it can't split a watermelon.
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