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Bug#64499: marked as done (boot floppies cannot access my super floppy formated syjet.)

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From: Sven LUTHER <luther@lambda.u-strasbg.fr>
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Subject: boot floppies cannot access my super floppy formated syjet.
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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.2.13

When trying to install a new debian system (after previous boot floppies
experiments destroyed my partition table :((() i noticed that the boot
floppies will not present me with my super floppy formatted syjet removable
harddisk when asking for partitions. I have a ext2 partition on it (being

Also when wanting to partition a harddisk i get also the syjet proposed as a
partitioning target, without warning that i have valuable data there (well the
debian mirror i want to install from).

If i hand mount the disk on the second console, and later choose mounted as
option from the partition chooser, it works ok though.



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Sven wrote:
>On Wed, Dec 05, 2001 at 10:08:36PM -0700, Chris Tillman wrote:
>> The referenced report, regarding a SyJet removable disk, is 
>> hopefully fixed by now. (The last report was in Sep 2000). 
>> Please let us know if this is still a problem with current 
>> woody boot-floppies.
> Ok, will try, and let you know.

Since we haven't heard anything more I'm assuming that the bug is,
indeed, fixed now and closing the report.  If it turns out that this
isn't the case please reopen it or file a new one.


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