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Re: Unable to go further rescue disk

On Sun, May 04, 2003 at 12:44:35AM +0200, Gehiks wrote:
>     Hello,
> I'm trying to install Debian on my old Toshiba T2110 (486 DX-4 32Mo RAM) in order to have it run a little environnement under Xfree 3.36. This computer has no CD-Rom drive, so I downloaded image floppy (1.44 Mo) from the mirror of the university of Strasbourg. I used rawrite to write the images (i386) on new floppies.
> When I start my computer with the rescue disk, there's no problem until I have to insert root disk. Here are the last messages I get.
> "floppy0: unexpected interrupt
> VFS: Insert root floppy disk to be loaded into RAM disk and press enter
> floppy0: unexpected interrupt
> floppy0: sensei repl[0]=c0 repl[1]=0
> floppy0: sensei repl[0]=c1 repl[1]=0
> floppy0: sensei repl[0]=c2 repl[1]=0
> floppy0: sensei repl[0]=c3 repl[1]=0"
> This message displayed, I insert my root disk and press enter. I get:
> "RAM disk: compressed image found at block 0"
> Then the system seems to freeze although cursor keep on blinking

Which flavor did you use? I suspect idepci might be the right one,
you need both rescue and root floppies for the same flavor.

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