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Bug#228638: marked as done (installer not working properly on oldworld powerpc)

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Package: debian-installer
Version: (unknown, from sarge netinstall cd)

After booting into linux, right after starting the installer the screen
goes to black. If I switch to other console it works, I can see the
process running and kill the installer, it will start automatically again
in that console, but with serious graphical glitches (not highlighting the
current choice, not responding to keyboard, and things like that).
My machine is a PowerMac 7200/120, booting with BootX, using kernel
2.4.22-powerpc-small (the one that comes in the netinstall cd doesn't
work), the ramdisk (root.bin) is the one that comes in the cd. Checking
"no video driver" in BootX does not help.

salud! (cheers!)
funkaster = (person *)malloc(sizeof(person)*curr_age+2);

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As far as I can see, this bug log indicates the bug is fixed.

see shy jo

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