RE: Console does not display all the lines
I have downloaded the boot.img and root.img floppy images.
Do I have to download the CD image as well?
It looks to me that it's trying to download the different components off the
network, not from the CD. At this moment I don't have a permanent internet
I see that this installation process has changed quite a bit. I still have
the problem seeing fewer lines on my console. :'-(
I'll keep trying.
Yes, it's an old machine. :-)
It's a Toshiba Satellite 1400-S151
From: Frans Pop [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2004 1:25 PM
Cc: Marvin Aguero
Subject: Re: Console does not display all the lines
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> I am trying to install debian on my laptop (Toshiba Satellite). I can boot
> of the CD but the console does not display all the lines.
> The console has about 26 visible lines, but the last two or three at the
> bottom of the screen are not visible.
If you're installing Woody, you may want to try the new Debian Installer and
install Sarge instead.
Debian Installer is available from . Try the link to the Ports Status
I'd advice the daily builds as they are very close to the release of the
I recently had a very successful install on a Satellite A40, but I'm
your machine is an older model.
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