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gilgamesh 29 August 2009 21:23

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Installing Debian is still problematic. Slink runs in cricles after finding the serial port. Sarge will start promising, but then panic with an illegal instruction.

Just unpack the contents of amigainstall.tgz+base2_2.tgz or businesscard.iso in a directory, mount it as harddisk, run an A1200 with 2MB chip + 8MB fast and 68040 MMU, cd into amiga and execute StartInstall.

Retro1234 29 August 2009 23:12

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Originally Posted by gilgamesh (Post 589686)
Just unpack the contents of amigainstall.tgz+base2_2.tgz or businesscard.iso in a directory, mount it as harddisk, run an A1200 with 2MB chip + 8MB fast and 68040 MMU, cd into amiga and execute StartInstall.

More potato's;)

I'd like to check this out - Sorry for the silly question I cant find the files?

"Get all required files from one of Debian's FTP sites,
like ftp.debian.org, ftp.de.debian.org etc. A list of mirror sites
can be found at http://www.debian.org/distrib/ftplist

No matter what mirror site you use, the path should always be:
/pub/debian/dists/potato/main/disks-m68k/current

These are the files you need:
- amigainstall.tgz
- base2_2.tgz"

prowler 29 August 2009 23:20

Hi Boo Boo,

Try this page:
http://www.debian.org/mirror/list

gilgamesh 29 August 2009 23:21

See my post #18 for the necessary links. The older Slink comes as tarballs, while Sarge has ISOs.

Good luck. ;)

EDIT: Slink, Sarge

prowler 29 August 2009 23:28

@Boo Boo,

This page has the files you want:
ftp://ftp.de.debian.org/archive/debi...19-2000-12-03/ :)

Retro1234 29 August 2009 23:29

Doh! Nope cant see them I happy to use tgz files
I dont want to mess up the thread - If anyone can up to the zone or direct links
Danke

prowler 29 August 2009 23:31

Direct links:
ftp://ftp.de.debian.org/archive/debi...igainstall.tgz
ftp://ftp.de.debian.org/archive/debi...03/base2_2.tgz

gilgamesh 29 August 2009 23:31

Oh, I see. Didn't know Potato was a Codename. :laughing

Retro1234 29 August 2009 23:32

:laughing Prowler!
Thanks Dude - I couldnt see for looking:)

TCD 29 August 2009 23:33

So you got it working prowler?

prowler 29 August 2009 23:36

What, the direct linking or the Debian-M68k? ;)

@Boo Boo,
I'm not called prowler for nothing! ;)

TCD 29 August 2009 23:39

Debian-M68k of course ;) Since you give these hints I guess you have it working already?

prowler 29 August 2009 23:43

Well, I guess I ought to download it and have a look! :p

Hint: I found the files by FTP searching here. :)

Retro1234 29 August 2009 23:43

First Sorry Toni for going off-topic

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Originally Posted by prowler (Post 589724)

@Boo Boo,

I'm not called prowler for nothing!

Thanks Guys, I can see the Linux boot screen as above CooL!

TCD 29 August 2009 23:45

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Originally Posted by prowler (Post 589726)
Well, I guess I ought to download it and have a look! :p

Yep :p

gilgamesh 29 August 2009 23:49

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Originally Posted by Boo Boo (Post 589727)
Thanks Guys, I can see the Linux boot screen as above CooL!

But what do you see after? Can you install it?

Retro1234 29 August 2009 23:56

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Originally Posted by gilgamesh (Post 589732)
But what do you see after? Can you install it?

No no just the same as you, i'm just curious about both Linux68k and the new MMU feature and wanted to mess about - see what Toni Says

prowler 30 August 2009 00:20

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Originally Posted by TheCyberDruid (Post 589729)
Quote:

Originally Posted by prowler (Post 589726)
Well, I guess I ought to download it and have a look! :p

Yep :p

Okay, I've downloaded the files. :)

Hey, I just had a look at the installation instructions. :shocked

All this Linux stuff is new to me. :nervous This could take some time... :help

Toni Wilen 30 August 2009 10:06

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Originally Posted by Boo Boo (Post 589734)
No no just the same as you, i'm just curious about both Linux68k and the new MMU feature and wanted to mess about - see what Toni Says

Use A1200 or A4000 like configuration (IDE). Your screenshot shows A3000 SCSI used without being enabled (and it does not work very well even if you enable it)

Toni Wilen 30 August 2009 10:57

http://www.winuae.net/files/b/winuae.zip should fix Linux HyperCOM serial board detection, also includes mulib mmu fix. (WD SCSI still not fixed)

This wasn't as pointless as I originally thought, this will help me to make SCSI emulation more compatible :)


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