Re: PowerPC boot disks
At 14:07 +0100 12/24/02, Ross Vumbaca wrote:
>As mentioned in the past, there is a new PowerPC board for consumers
>called "AmigaOne", and we have been porting the Linux kernel+some
>drivers to it.
>I run Debian Woody on mine and of what does work, works quite well.
>I would like to help Debian support this board as a flavour of PPC (if
>Debian is interested in that), since I am new to this, would anyone be
>able to tell me what the procedure for this is? I.e Who do I contact,
>and what do they require? A kernel package assumedly, plus install guide
>and install disks..
>I have also created some "install disks" for the AmigaOne too, based on
>the PReP install disks, and an install guide for end users.
>The PReP disks needs to be changed a bit to suit the AmigaOne better, I
>have the source code, but I am finding it a bit of a mess to follow, is
>the maintainer of the powerpc install disks on this list?
Development of the Debian install disks is done at the mailing list debian-boot
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