Bug#3185: (no subject)
I can't remember who is making the bootdisks..., sorry.
Just a note that neither
boot1440.bin (22May1996) nor
contain NCR53c810 support.
"Generic NCR5380/53c400 SCSI support" (from make config)
does *not* include NCR53c810 support, i.e.
"NCR53c7,8xx SCSI support" (from make config)
is needed. A loadable module for the bootdevice is of course not sensible.
I already reported this to debian bugs a while ago. No 1.1 release had yet
been able to install on a NCR53c810 SCSI-only system without a hand-made
bootdisk! I yet received two requests for such a bootdisk image.
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