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Re: indy2 boot-install problems - SOLVED

On Sat, 18 Jan 2003 13:57:01 +0100
Christer Gundersen <dtunez@start.no> wrote:

> I tried the slot above it used. The card in my indy was as the bottom,
> so i just moved it slot up.

I had exactly the same problem, and this is how I solved it (I think
I've talked about it a few months ago on the list). Seems that this is a
weird but working solution :)

> I did not use the tftpboot.img from debian, but from 
> http://honk.physik.uni-konstanz.de/linux-mips/install/r4k-ip22/tftpboot.img

You were right doing that. The kernel on this site is always newer than
the Debian FTP's one.

> hm.. well.. back to the install.
> I hope i`ll get X working :)

You can get it working easily if you grab the package on
http://people.debian.org/~joss/mips/ ( a friend of mine who's got the
exact same hardware as we do) and the XF86Config-4 on

That should get you started.

Lucas Moulin <lucas@brebis.org>
"I wish I had a shilling for every senseless killing, I'd buy a
government" -- NOFX

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