Re: List of powerpc owners
Hartmut Koptein <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
My system is an Apple Performa 6400, 180MHz 603e.
Which would've been running debian and glibc-2.1 by now, had I managed
to get the thing working.
If you have any ideas, they would be welcome.
Tried to boot on that partition.
The kernel loads, the root-partition is mounted read-only.
Now it stops printing a while, then gives me some errors regarding
netmask and routing, and also telling me eth0 is BNC, then it stops.
(the netmask, route and bnc is normal for the kernel I'm using).
going for another approach, I chroot from a libc-1.99 system onto the
base-partition. That works fine at first. However, when trying to install
anything, I get:
bash-2.01# dpkg -iGE adduser_3.8.deb
tar: conffiles: Cannot chown to uid 0 gid 0: Function not implemented
tar: control: Cannot chown to uid 0 gid 0: Function not implemented
tar: .: Cannot chown to uid 0 gid 0: Function not implemented
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
dpkg-deb: subprocess tar returned error exit status 2
dpkg: error processing adduser_3.8.deb (--install):
subprocess dpkg-deb --control returned error exit status 2
Errors were encountered while processing:
I get this on every package I've tried it with so far..
The kernel is the same one I'm using with the libc-1.99, which unfortunately
still is a 2.1.24, because I haven't got 2.1.1xx to boot. Something I also
can't understand, since a friend has it running on a rather identical machine.
(diskspace and ram differ)
Any help would be appreciated..