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Bug#244133: marked as done (SPARC Classic installation SUCCESS!)

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Package: installation-reports

Debian-installer-version: netinst ISO date: 09-APR-04 from 
modified so the silo.conf contains the right boot parameters

Method: boot from cdrom, starting normal priority, 
        later switched to expert mode

Machine: SPARC Classic (sun4m)

Memory: 16 MB 

This time, I did the partitioning manually and also deleted
lots of stuff (reiserfs, xfs, partman and more) from the
ram disk.

Only fault: empty fstab in /target/etc. Presumably I have 
deleted a little too much ;-) But I realized and fixed this 
before reboot, so the installation continued after reboot.

So now I got a Sparc Classic running sarge :-)
Actually, it is not running but crawling!


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Thanks for your report!

It's good that your test on an esoteric system.


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