Re: Cant install Sarge on my new laptop
I've run into a similar problem when installing in expert26 mode (I used
the full-CD install, though). Have you tried ignoring the errors and
seeing if they come up again? Try installing in spite of the errors.
If that doesn't work, I see no reason why you should switch to the 2.4
series kernel. What about the linux26 boot option? Are you able to
install with it?
Zouari Fourat wrote:
>am trying to install debian sarge 3.1r1 (netinstall, expert26 at boot)
>on my new Toshiba Satellite A100 laptop and it wont install, telling
>Linux kernel modules needed to drive some of your hardware are not
>available yet. Simply proceeding with the install may make these
>modules available later.
>The unavailable modules, and the devices that need them are:
>ide-scsi(Linux IDE-SCSI emulation layer), ide-mod(Linux IDE driver),
>ide-prob-mod(Linux IDE probe driver), ide-detect(Linux IDE detection),
>ide-floppy(Linux IDE floppy).