Re: Novice trying to install on B2600 - insight would be appreciated
You are obviously using a way too old ISO.
Try sarge installer instead please.
On 31 Mar 2005 09:12:46 -0800
"Ou Phrontis" <OuPhrontis@gmail.com> wrote:
> Novice looking for any insight available.
> Intially I got as far at the Debian Blue Screen
> with the continue button, and nothing seemed to activate
> the continue button.
> So after some reading it seems like the console has to
> be changed.
> My console Path now looks like GRAPHICS(4)
> I went with 4 as the graphics card is in socket 4
> is this too simplistic?
> I left the console=tty0
> but changed '0/vmlinux to '0/vmlinux64
> Now I don't get to the blue screen I get
> a message.
> Command line for kernel: 'ramdisk_size=8192 root=/dev/ram console=tty0
> sti_font=VGA8x16 TERM=linux palo_kernel=0'0/vmlinux64'
> Selected kernel: '0/vmlinux64 from partition 0
> Selected ramdisk: /ramdisk' from partition 0
> ELF 64 execytabke
> Entry 00100000 first 00100000 n 4
> Segment 0 load 00100000 size 2568152 mediaptr 0x1000
> Segment 1 load 00374000 size 722104 mediaptr 0x274000
> Segment 2 load 00428000 size 463872 mediaptr 0x325000
> Segment 3 load 0049c000 size 49152 mediaptr 0x397000
> Loading ramdisk 2663046 bytes @ 3fd65000...
> Branching to kernel entry point 0x00100000.
> If this is thelast message you see, you many need to switch your
> console, This
> is a common symptom.
> If I leave the '0/vmlinux as it is I get to the Debian blue Screen
> but again can't continue..
> Any hints suggestions greatfully appreciated.
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