Re: Setting up Debian - II
What do you expect from pre-release software.
The latest version of the potato boot-floppies are due out today, at the
usual place ftp.debian.org/debian/dists/potato/main/disks-i386/current
The most recent test build, done yesterday, is at
Why don't you try one of those and see if the problem persists, then
file a bug report, or at least send a message to
email@example.com so the people working on the boot-floppies
know about your problem.
On Wed, 2 Feb 2000, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Hello Guys,
> The Bootdisks vrom Debian 2.2 sucks.
> I have downloaded the base2_2.tgz and all neccesary files last year and
> taken an installation from ZIP-Disk... It was working great.
> Now I have downloaded the last version of it (27.01.2000) and now I can
> run install from the ZIP-Disk (Booted with a Dos-Boot-Disk) and I am
> running in truble, because Linux can Boot but do not find the hdc (my ZIP100).
> I have the same Files on a second ZIP-Disk for Debian 2.1r2 and it works
> very well.
> Who is the maintainer of this packages ???
> A ZIP-Disk is like a harddisk but it is not there. Why ???
> If I run the Debian 2.1 Setup and I like to partition a Harddisk, the hdc
> (my ZIP100)is there but not in Debian 2.2.
> Curently I have no running Linux workstation (it is died with my Harddisk)
> and I do not like to install the OLD Debian 2.1