Re: release status
On Thu, Aug 05, 2004 at 12:07:21AM +0200, Christian Leimer wrote:
> >> Since the most oldworld use scsi to boot it is very important that this
> >> works.
> >> Maybe 2.4 should be the standard for oldworld macs since I have a lot of
> >> problems getting a 2.6 kernel to work with quik.
> > 2.4 is the default for the miboot oldworld floppies, which are the default
> > oldworld install. The bootx one depending on a non-free OS cannot be
> > recomended by debian.
> I today tested the boot-floppies but miboot is gone there is only a hfs disk
> with vmlinux file. I booted via openfirmware and got: unrecognized Client
> Programm formatstate not valid. So it is not possible for me to boot the
> installer from floppy.
Well, i have no idea what you are trying to do, but my guess is that you are
not looking in the right place. The miboot 2.4 floppies are at :
> The only thing that works well is di(2.4 kernel) with BootX here on my Umax