Re: New miboot-enabled d-i daily builds set up
Le lundi 15 mai 2006 à 10:49 +0200, Hans Ekbrand a écrit :
> On Mon, May 15, 2006 at 12:35:51AM +0200, Jerome Warnier wrote:
> > Le mercredi 03 mai 2006 à 01:11 +0100, Colin Watson a écrit :
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I've set up miboot-enabled daily builds of d-i powerpc floppies, to go
> > > with my normal daily builds:
> > >
> > > http://people.debian.org/~cjwatson/d-i/powerpc-miboot/
> > >
> > > Thanks to Sven Luther for the miboot package used to build these. Let me
> > > know if there are any problems; I haven't been able to test them myself.
> > I checked it on a PowerMac G3 beige.
> Here's my results from a Performa 5400 (24 MB RAM):
> 2006-05-15: Boot ends with Instruction dump:
> 7c0000a6 ....... ....... ....... [ a lot of numbers in two lines]
> > Version 2006-05-14 didn't boot at all.
> 2006-05-14: not tested (suspected the same problem as with 06-05-15)
> > Version 2006-05-13 boots, and it already gets pretty far, but it cannot
> > detect any disk
> 2006-05-13: Boots OK (didn't put out the floppy automatically though,
> I had to use a paperclip to get it out). The root image also works
> good, until hw-detection.
You're right, I got used to the paperclip stuff with the previous
versions, so I didn't even bother to specify it, but it is surely not
practical at all.
> Doesn't find my ide disk.
Same thing here, except that I'm not actually sure it is an IDE disk,
and not an SCSI one (I think I have both in the machine, and none is
> ~ # ls /lib/modules/2.6.16-1-powerpc-miboot/kernel/drivers
> base ieee1394 net scsi
> No ide here!
> I found the ide drivers on the cd-drivers.img. That should be
> documented somewhere, since a net-install will fail without
Thanks, I will try this.
> Also after loading the net-drivers.img the installer failed to detect
> my ethernet "de2104x PCI". I tried to load tulip dc21x4x manually but
> it failed.
It detects mine (this is the second NIC I talked about in my mail).
> This was still an interesting test, since I have not been able to boot
> 2.6.16 on this machine, but that must be a problem with the initrd
> created by initramfs (or possibly something with the way quik boots)