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Re: linux on IBM PS/1

On Mon, 18 Mar 2002 08:29:01 CST, ktb writes:
<debian on IBM PS/1>
>A few years back I installed on a IBM PS/2 386.  It had a MCA bus.  I
>would imagine the PS/1 does also.  I don't know off the top of my head
>if debian supports MCA.

At least the stock kernel always complains 'cause it can't find any 
 MCA-bus ;)

>  When I installed (I think it was mutt) I had to
>get special boot disks.  I found them with a web search.  I know there
>isn't anything definitive in what I've said here but maybe it will give
>you a start.  Does the bios recognize the drive?

Special boot disks for a mailclient?

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