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Old 03 July 2007, 16:30   #1
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Join Date: Jan 2007
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Question Troubles installing Debian on Amiga 3000

I've downloaded and burnt on cd the latest debian distribution for 68k (3.1r6) and I'm trying to install it on my A3000T (CS MK3, 060).

The cd drive is connected to the on-board scsi controller, the hard disk is connected to the CS' scsi controller.
Once the installation script has started and I'm through the first basis steps, the installer looks for possible places to install the OS.

Here's the problem: the installer only looks for peripherals connected to the on-board controller and, since there is none but the cd, stops the installation process stating that there is no suitable place to install to.

Before I open the 3000 and connect the cd to the CS' controller, do you know any way I can tell the installer to search for the CS' controller? On the debian documentation is known to be supported.

Thank you in advance!
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