On Sun, 28 Feb 1999, Steve Dunham wrote:
>> I honestly don't know myself. Anybody?
>You can't build silo on i386. There is a program somewhere called
>"intelsilo", but it's not in debian, and it might need tweaking to
>work. Also, you must use the "second.b" file from the silo in
>incoming, or the CD will fail to boot on a large subset of machines.
Hmmm. Any idea where to look? I had a quick look using Altavista, and it
just bounced me to the redhat sparc mailing list archives, which didn't
appear to be of much use.
>I'm now set up to generate CD Images. I mirrored master today, and
>generated a set of CD images. The file sizes are:
>I'm going to tweak the slink1.useful list to push the bulk of the main
>packages onto the first CD. (I'm not sure why so few packages are
>going onto the first CD...)
I'm curious, too - can you send me your lists?
>I still want the packages in incoming (kernel-* and silo-*) to make it
>into the archive before making the final images, and Eric said he was
>going to do a final run of boot floppies on Monday.
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