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Re: debian-installer on oldworld -- how-to ?


[Sorry for cross-posting, but I'm not really sure were this should go]
On Sun, 7 Mar 2004 23:10:28 +0100
Sven Luther <sven.luther@wanadoo.fr> wrote:

> It won't work with quik, it will be either .coff booting from the
> serial console, miboot and the floppy target, or bootx fro mac os <10.
Side question -- does .coff booting only work with a serial console ? I
can remember booting a .coff NetBSD kernel with a standard output-device
-- never got further than the installer, though.

> Don't forget devfs=mount option, as devfs is needed for
> debian-installer, but we don't want it on the final system.
I'll try that tonight (I don't have access to the machine during the

> BTW, which vmlinux+initrd are you talking about ? Where did you get
>them ?
I found those two URLs:
and tried the vmlinux+root.bin from the 'current' iso image at:

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