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Re: No prep kernels in daily installer images?

On Sun, Dec 03, 2006 at 07:19:55PM +0100, Ulrich Teichert wrote:
> Hi,
> >> >  http://people.debian.org/~wouter/d-i/powerpc/daily/prep/netboot/vmlinuz-prep.initrd
> >> 
> >> OK, I'll give 'em a spin on Sunday - I have guests tomorrow (well, rather
> >> later today) and won't have time before.
> Tried it some minutes ago. The kernel boots OK on my Powerstack II using
> tftp netbooting from a sarge box (I've used the firmware command "boot
> net:<server-ip>,<ip>,<client-ip>"):
> Dec  3 19:10:06 mosna in.tftpd[6988]: RRQ from filename vmlinuz-prep.initrd 
> and the installer comes up. It's still loading stuff, which will go on
> for a while because of my lousy ISDN-line (I am working on it, I swear!),
> but it really looks promising so far.

Consider using approx on another box of your network, it really speeded my d-i
testing turnover (by orders of magnitude, i am quite smitten by it).


Sven Luther

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