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Re: Debian Potato Installation

Dont worry bout that one. The debian install on nubus has 4 or 5
steps that will not work (PCMCIA, boot from disk, rescue floppy,
etc). Just scroll to the next step and keep on going, then reboot
when needed.


BTW you can put the modules in later if you need to.

Matias Duh said at ÒDebian Potato InstallationÓ.
[07/Jul/01Sat 10:56]

> I am newbie, I apologize for asking elementary questions. But I
> have the
> following problem.
> I have downloaded the Debian Potato 2.2r3 ppc images and burned
> them into
> cds. I also downloaded Takashi OE monolithic kernel from
> http://nubus-pmac.sourceforge.net/index.html.
> I am installing all this in a Power Macintosh 6100. It boots OK. I
> can make
> all the installation steps up to Configure Device Driver Modules.
> There I
> got the message No modules were found in /target/lib/modules/2.4.5.
> If I switch consoles and look for the same directory, I found the
> directory
> /target/lib/modules/2.2.19.
> How can I solve this to continue my installation?
> Thanks a lot.
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> lists.linuxppc.org/


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