also sprach Martin Stiaszny <stiaszny@MIT.EDU> [2005.02.24.2335 +0100]: > Come again? I was never even asked that question by the > installer. Do you mean the bootable flag for the partition? > I tried with that both set and unset, and it hung in the same > place. Okay, sorry. I am myself totally unacquainted with normal mode, so maybe someone else can take this on? > Just tried expert install; I see can you can choose GRUB or Lilo, > except I never made it that far - for some reason, the expert > install cannot start the PCMCIA card services, which is odd, > because the automated install does so just fine. Can you provide more detail? > So I tried this instead. Except when I kill it, it simply > restarts and proceeds to try to install GRUB all over again. That's odd. I guess there is another process which starts grub. I don't have a machine handy on which I can try the installation, so I have to work from memory. I am also in a train right now, so I hope someone else answers in the mean time. > So who I be responding to? firstname.lastname@example.org, > email@example.com, you, or all of the above? Just firstname.lastname@example.org is fine. -- .''`. martin f. krafft <email@example.com> : :' : proud Debian developer, admin, user, and author `. `'` `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing a system Invalid/expired PGP subkeys? Use subkeys.pgp.net as keyserver!
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