Re: installing sarge on Motorola PowerStack...
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- Subject: Re: installing sarge on Motorola PowerStack...
- From: "Johannes Wischert" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 16:03:17 +0100
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sven Luther" <email@example.com>
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2004 at 04:02:01AM +0100, Johannes Wischert wrote:
> > I suppose it is because it downloaded parts of the system from the net
> > so has a newer packages.gz than the one on the cd.. i will try to
> > everything from cd tomorrow.. but first i need a bit of sleep ;)
> Yeah, that seems reasonable.
completely installing from cdrom did not work so i choosed to completely
install from net instead and that worked without problems..
The only thing is that it can not install the bootloader... the bootloader
should be copied to /dev/sda1 with dd but since i made automatic
partitioning /dev/sda1 is / and so i don't think this is a good idea ;) but
at least the system works...
The installer should perhapse make automaticaly a 10mb or so empty partition
at /dev/sda1 and install the kernel in it if installing on prep machines...
then installation would be perfect ;)
I will try to build a CD initrd myself since i have a working system again
> Actually, if you have a running system, you can build the image
> yourself. Make sure you have the 2.4.25-3 kernel-build package installed
> (just uploading it, so it will be there tomorrow), unpack it somewhere,
> and move the vmlinux from the CD to the directory, and then launch the
> build script in it with the initrd.gz from the CD as argument.
> Then get the script in dest.
> IF this boots well, then use it and report back, if not, you will see it
> complaining about not finding the initrd.
> Sven Luther
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