Re: Newbie Install Question on Umax S900
During the initial install from the boot floppies there was never an option to choose a laptop installation. I did see the PCMCIA configuration dialog and disabled the PCMCIA item on that dialog, but still ran into the same errors as when I did not disable PCMCIA in that dialog.
Also, the CDs I got are the Debian 2.2 PPC cds fromCheapBytes. I ordered them around Christmas.
Ted Swinyar, firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> Adam C Powell IV <email@example.com> - 1/31/01 11:47 AM >>>
Ted Swinyar wrote:
> Thank you to everyone who responded to my initial question about getting Debian going on the S900.
> I've gotten BootX going and pointing to sdb4 where I've installed the / partition in the initial configuration. On first boot into Debian I get the following error message:
> Starting PCMCIA services: modules/lib/modules/2.2.17/pcmcia/i82365.o: init_module: Device or resource busy
> Hint: this error may be caused by incorrect module parameters, including invalid IO or IRQ parameters
> ds: no socket drivers loaded!
> /lib/modules/2.2.17/pcmcia/ds.0: init_module: device or resource busy
> Hint: this error can caused by incorrect module parameters, including invalid IO or IRQ parameters
So we install PCMCIA stuff by default? Did you request task-laptop? I don't think that should be there at all.
> Starting internet superserver: inetd.
> /bin/sh: /sbin/termwrap: No such file or directory
> /bin/sh: exec: /sbin/termwrap: cannot execute: No such file or directory
termwrap? Never seen it before. In fact, no file with "termwrap" anywhere in it appears in potato, woody or unstable.
What CD is this that you got from cheapbytes? Are you sure it's Debian, version 2.2R2?
> Was there something I should have done differently on the initial configuration of debian? Should I use a different kernel than the default kernel that came with the Debian CDs from CheapBytes? Has anyone run into this error message before?
The default kernel should be fine... I have no idea what could be wrong, if you got a real Debian 2.2R2 CD...
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