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dual-bootable i386/powerpc image

On Wed, May 19, 2004 at 11:36:37AM +0200, Gaudenz Steinlin wrote:
> Am Die, den 18.05.2004 schrieb Michael Banck um 1:28:
> > On Tue, May 18, 2004 at 01:03:51AM +0200, Alexander Schmehl wrote:
> > > Would it be an acceptable sollution, if we would hand out burned CDs
> > > on request?
> > 
> > Not entirely related to this, but still: Somebody said we'd have a full
> > mirror available. So perhaps we could have put up signs saying 'CDs for
> > the following architectures available on demand'. If somebody cares
> > about powerpc or whatever, we could burn them a CD which he could fetch
> > later on. I've read that in a report from a UK trade show once and it
> > sounded pretty cool. This should get automated as much as possible I
> > guess.
> > 
> I just succeeded in building a dual-bootable i386/powerpc image. It's
> just a combination of the i386 and powerpc netinst beta4 images and some
> manual hacking in the Release file. You can find the image and the
> script I used to burn the image on 
> http://www.soziologie.ch/~steinlin/d-i/netinst-ppc-i386/
> This probably needs some more testing, to be sure it is really bootable
> on the majority of i386 and powerpc hardware.
> If you are still interested in dual-boot images for LinuxTag I will try
> to automate and improve this process.

( Oo Chips, this could become a  ME TOO thread ;- )

I'm interest in a CD that boots both of the popular architectures.

> Gaudenz

Geert Stappers

What is a proper way to keep both mailinglist,
  -eu-events & -boot, informed?  Cross-posting?

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