On Thu, Nov 26, 1998 at 07:21:02PM +0000, Tom Lees wrote: > On Thu, Nov 26, 1998 at 04:18:40PM +0000, Steve McIntyre wrote: > > On Thu, 26 Nov 1998, Enrique Zanardi wrote: > > > > >On Thu, Nov 26, 1998 at 03:17:53PM +0000, Steve McIntyre wrote: > > >[...] > > >> Everything now runs fine (if people want to see the script, for an > > >example > > >> or criticism, please ask) except the very last stage. The first two > > >images > > >> are not created, as the only boot images available are 1743K and mkhybrid > > >> will not cope with these. Is there a newer version that will, or is this > > >> genuinely a bug from the boot floppies and we should have some 1440K disk > > >> images? > > > > > >There's a newer boot-floppies version that provides 1440k disk images. > > >Unluckily, the Southern Europe <-> US link has been dropping more than > > >60% of my TCP/IP packages every time I've tried to upload that version > > >since last saturday. The good news are that I can't blame it on my LAN > > >anymore... ;-) > > > > > >I will try again tonight, and if it fails will use chiark's or erlangen's > > >queues. > > > > Is there any chance you could put it up for ftp somehwere else before > > then? I'm trying to get some CDs written to test with this afternoon... > > I've improved my mkhybrid patches some more and written a > (very simple) image selector. I don't know if it works completely, > but this will enable you to put up a menu saying:- > > Debian GNU/Linux 2.0 > 1. Standard kernel > 2. Tecra kernel > > When the CDs are booted, rather than one image per CD. I'll post the diffs, > and upload to experimental if you want. Go to: http://www.lpsg.demon.co.uk/debian/misc.html to find this info. -- Tom Lees <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.lpsg.demon.co.uk/ PGP Key: finger email@example.com, http://www.lpsg.demon.co.uk/pgpkeys.asc.
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