Re: Debian 3 disk 1 bootable?
Really I meant "woody" under the stable branch.. "potato" is the name
of the older stable - I just forgot that Debian has switched to
woody. Sorry for confusing.
On Wed Jan 07 2004 at 18:07, Grigory Entin <Grigory.Entin@arcadia.spb.ru> wrote:
> On Wed Jan 07 2004 at 13:39, Gaétan Quentin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I have an imac (powerpc 750, floppyless) , and have installed
> > Mandrake cooker (9.1 in fact..): it works fine. Now i want to try
> > Debian. I have downloaded, with jigdo, the first "testing" powerpc
> > iso yesterday: debian-31-powerpc-binary-1.iso. It does not boot on
> > the imac, unlike Mandrake disks... I have looked inside the iso and
> > didn't found vmlinuz image or something like that. In the doc, they
> > said that newworld powerpc - like my imac, which has not floppy,
> > should boot on cd. Yaboot is still installed since Mandrake did it,
> > and when i push the "c" key, the imac it stopping on "booting
> > cdrom".
> I'd suggest to start with the stable branch (potato), at least if you
> have relatively old iMac - everything works (including CD boot)
> without a problem for my iMac 350 Summer 2000 (I'm not using testing
> at all, except very few packages such as MOL/kernel-image).