Re: Newbie boot question for powerpc 9500
> > Nonetheless, both these things suggest that your boot disk and the BootX
> > Stuffit archive are corrupt.
> Or that Stuffit needs upgrading.
It is likely that stuffit needs upgrading (I will check the installed version
later on). Am I supposed to boot with the rescue disk from
like in the i386 architecture?
Is there a BIOS like option to force the system to boot from Disk before the
floppy is checked?
disks-powerpc links from potato to sid on the german mirror ftp.debian.de. Is