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Re: partial success making 2.2.0 boot disks

On Tue, 9 Feb 1999, Louis-David Mitterrand wrote:

> In the process of trying to make my own boot disks based on the 2.2.0
> kernel I've almost succeeded. The boot-floppies package works nicely and
> produces resc1440.bin et al. When I boot with that disk all goes well
> until the last moment when the "Next - Color - Monochrome" screen comes
> up. It displays all right but refuses to respond to my key presses. I
> can't select "Color" for example (however I can scroll up and down and
> see kernel messages with SHIFT-PgUp or SHIFT-PgDn). Has anyone
> encountered that kind of difficulty or might know the cause?

Probably your floppy is screwed. Try another one (some people need four or
five to get this to work)


Elen sila lumenn' omentielvo

Steward of the Cambridge Tolkien Society
Selwyn College Computer Support
Debian GNU/Hurd - love at first byte

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