Re: USB for potato
On Fri, Jun 06, 2008 at 12:46:36PM -0500, Fabio Guerinoni wrote:
> I have an old computer, that I have resucitate not long ago, running
> potato (Debian 2.2). I wanted to load a module, for a USB interface
> storage. Apparently, nothing comes with the original distribution..
> .. and the packages that are listed under a search on the site,
> do not seem appropriate because they need the debian-installer which comes
> in the later distributions.
> Thank you, Fabio
If you just need the data, you can remove the HD and find some thing
like a HD enclosure to put it in. They you can attach the HD to some
other machine and get the data.
Just an more unusual option to consider.
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