Re: woody ISOs for non-i386?
> m68k CDs bootable? For what? AFAIK m68k machines need to bootstrap from the
> native OS. Maybe VME could use it, did you check with out vme hackers if
> that is really neded? We never had bootable m68k CDs, did we?
Well, don't know if they are bootable or not, but debian-cd has the
boot-m68k scripts and they are run, it was a little error caused by the way
I mirror things, it is solved already.
Running make bin-official_images on debian-cd makes bootable also, and the
scripts for m68k exist, so... I suppose they are bootable, but it would be
good if some of the m68k guys could comment on this.
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