Re: isolinux failure [help, how to debug?]
> I tried using an unofficial woody CD from fsn.hu, but I cannot boot the
> isolinux CD. I can boot, e.g. CD2 fine. Trying CD1 I get:
> ISOLINUX 1.66 2002-01-01 isolinux: Disk error 00, drive F0
> Boot failed: press a key to retry...
> I saw an earlier message on here which implied you can build ISOLINUX with
> more debugging information. How do I do that? rebuild the syslinux package?
> I have checked out the debian-cd module from CVS and have a local mirror, so
> I should be able to build a test CD.
> My hardware is a SCSI (this is probably why it's screwy) DVD-ROM. It boots
> other bootable CDs fine (e.g. woody CD2, windows).
You say you are running SCSI, and this may also be at fault for my
diagnostic... But what I can see wrong here is the drive ISOLINUX is
trying to boot from - I highly doubt your DVD-ROM is your system's 240th
drive! ;-) (0xF0 = 240) I suppose ISOLINUX is simply unable to see where
is the drive it can boot from.
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