Re: Installation (again)
Michael Beattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Fri, 25 Sep 1998, Menno Scholten wrote:
> > Hello again,
> > I received some mail about my problem but it still insn't solved. Can you
> give me an exact description of what to do. When I select Install Linux
> Kernel etc. it ask me for the medium I want to use. After selecting
> "mounted partition", is akes me "please choose the directory were the
> Debian archive resides (that would be C:\debian). Then it says Please
> select the directory containing a file RES1440.bin that will be used to
> install". After selecting "manually" its says :"Please enter the home of
> the dit that contains the Archives". This is exactly what happens at my
> computer. Not asking for partitions or so just this. So could you give me
> an exact discription.
> > email@example.com
> > By the way thanks for all the mail I received from people trying to help me.
> You will need to mount the dos drive first, and then tell it where that
> drive/directory is. e.g.
> During install, type Alt-F2 (I Think - can't remember) to get a new
> console. type in 'mount -t vfat /dev/hdxx /[mount-point]'
If this does not work try msdos instead of vfat.
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