Re: Woody rescue disk for Libretto L50/70/100/110
I don't think installing woody by upgrading from potato is the recommended
approach if you are doing a fresh install anyway. It is just intended for
potato users that want to upgrade and alledgedly a road paved with (minor)
On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Tapio Lehtonen wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 07, 2003 at 09:43:14PM -0400, Terry Mathews wrote:
> > I've got one of these cursed Libretto L70s which can't boot a normal Linux install set without a special floppy driver due to the floppy being accessible by BIOS calls only.
> > The driver can be found here http://libxg.free.fr/floppy/floppy.htm
> > Can someone cook me up a Woody i386 rescue disk with this driver so that I can install Woody? I found a disk for Potato, but AFAIK I can't start the system up with a Potato boot disk to install Woody.
> Install Potato on the machine, then upgrade it to Woody. Upgrading
> Debian is easy, read info from Woody Release Notes.
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