Re: Installing (trying to) Sarge on my Power Macintosh 6500.
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- Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2005 10:13:52 -0300
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I did that, just a small instalation (less than 100MB) and after "apt-get dist-upgrade". Everything went fine and after reboot I can read the following message: "Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 powepc tty1"
That's fine :)
Thank you all.
On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 05:23:44 +1000
Dana Sibera <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've just run through this same issue with a pair of 6360s and a 6500 (much
> the same on the inside - one of the 6360s has a 6400 motherboard). There are
> a few other messages in the last month or so in the archives with people
> having similar problems - those sarge boot floppies eject as soon as they're
> read at boot. As far as I could tell there's no equivalent to the
> ramdisk.image that can be used for a netinstall of woody either, but my
> experience with the myriad of installation methods isn't complete :).
> In the end I just did the most basic possible woody install then
> dist-upgraded it to sarge - that worked.