Re: Can anyone help test CD images?
Ethan, I need to reinstall the iMac anyway -- probably won't get to it
until this weekend, but perhaps sooner.
If you need copies of CD's burnt for you, just let me know -- I'll need
to talk to you in private mail about where to send them, etc... but I'd
bet you'd catch things wrong with them that I wouldn't! :-) I can,
however, make you a set after releases if you'd like.
I'll let you know how it goes on the re-install.
were playing as root at the show -- obviously the drive's getting wiped
and I'm starting over! heh heh.)
BTW, we had this particular iMac at the Colorado Linux Info Quest a few
months back running Debian! Much thanks for all the help and work you
do for the project!
(People I don't know playing as root at the show -- obviously the drive's
getting wiped and I'm starting over! heh heh. Plus from previous posts
I see that BenH's kernels now support Airport cards! Yippee!!! PPC
Debian in the living room! hehehe)
On Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 04:39:05AM -0800, Ethan Benson wrote:
> I have been looking over the debian-cd system, and it appears that
> bootable CDs may have been broken due to a change from mkhybrid to
> mkisofs. I would like to attempt to take care of these issues as well
> as make sure we get bootable CDs for woody.
> The problem is my internet connection consists of two cans and some
> twine, i simply cannot build full CD images to check that things are
> sane. Is there anyone out there with the connectivity, disk space,
> time, a NewWorld PowerMac, and a CD burner that can help test?
> Ethan Benson
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