Marco Bonetti wrote:
On 2/27/07, DAve <dave.list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Sorry so late, I was gone for a few days. I grabbed and loaded the kernel you pointed to and I have a login prompt, thanks. I will try to get setup run tonight and see where I end up.this sound interesting, if any of you could provide detailed instructions (either on a personal webpage or, better, on slackintosh wiki) about how to set up an oldworld machine will receive much appreciation (and eternal glory, obviously) :-) ciao  yes, adrian wrote one: http://workaround.ch:81/kakiwaki
Well I got a chance this afternoon, didn't take long. I downloaded and placed the Debian kernel, started BootX, selected the kernel and wa-la. I have Linux. I setup my swap and root partitions using mac-fdisk and proceeded to run setup, swap and / are working and the installer proceeded to install from the CD....
Can't find my CDROM drive, tried every option, no joy. Can I add a kernel option in BootX to locate my cd drive? (Mac system profiler says it is on ATA1, ID 0).
Thanks, DAve -- Three years now I've asked Google why they don't have a logo change for Memorial Day. Why do they choose to do logos for other non-international holidays, but nothing for Veterans? Maybe they forgot who made that choice possible.