HI Andre,Thanks for your answer. In fact I'm using the woody one. So I copied the few files root.bin.. on my / of my osx system, than I boot from it by passing the correct parameters to Open Firmware, the install woody program starts and than I setup keyboard, partitions, .. till the place to get files to install the base system. I tell him through network, so it downloads some files from Debian site, then it goes to setup of modules, I select the first choice to setup the modules as it looks to be the next logical step, I get some few messages about what I'm going to do, and then it says me No modules were found in /target/lib/modules/2.4.20-ben5 to setup and it asks me to proceed with first step which is the step I just selected to arrive there !! So I'm in a loop !! What can I do to get out of that ??
Thanks at anyone for help Vincèn Le 8 avr. 2004, à 00:58, Andre Lehovich a écrit :
On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Vince wrote:I'm trying to install Debian on a Powerbook 12" version of september (the 1 GHz version) but with no success.Which installer are you using? A few months ago I used an early beta of the new Sarge installer and it mostly just worked. http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/ If you use this please file an installation report. Both succesful reports and failure reports are needed. --Andre -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-powerpc-REQUEST@lists.debian.orgwith a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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