what can i do ?
You could try copying a preinstalled image direct to the partition. Here is what I did:
I have an eeepc 901 and after a number of painful attempts I found the easiest way to get debian hurd loaded was to roughly:
1. boot the eeepc with a live distro on a usb stick
2. download a preinstalled image and un-tar using these instructions:
3. use dd to copy the image onto the eeepc drive
4. mount drive from usb stick and update /etc/fstab to match your configuration