Re: Debian 2.2 install - potato
Is hdd yor boot drive? That means you may have ultra66. Then you need
kernel with that patch. umda66 is the one, maybe.
24 MB is not enough to keep / /boot /bin /sbin all in one partition.
You may want to get 50MB and make it as /. That may be simpler than
doing /boot for this one. YMMV.
Install guide, check debian website for link to Linux.com one.
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On Sat, Mar 31, 2001 at 12:45:17AM -0500, s u r f l o r i d a wrote:
> I am somewhat very new to Debain, and I am having problems with install
> I am installing 2.2 potato from CD, I have tried the vanilla and compact
> version. After
> I mount:
> hdd1 =ext2 ~24mb
> hda5 =ext2 ~4gb
> hda6 =swap ~128mb