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Installation on a Cube

I'm trying to get Debian up and running on a Cube.  So far I've been
unable to find an installation system which will run on the machine.

With both potato and current woody installers I find that the kernel
doesn't succeed in displaying anything on the framebuffer which makes
the installer kind of hard to use.  If I take a woody installer and
replace the kernel with one built from benh's rsync tree I get a visible
console and the installer runs but denies the existence of the hard
disk.  The kernel is able to see the disk quite happily and if I exit to
a shell I can run mac-fdisk and mkfs successfully.

Any suggestions?  If there's any more diagnostic information that would
be useful I'd be happy to provide this.

"You grabbed my hand and we fell into it, like a daydream - or a fever."

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