base architecture for 1.1.2 install ISO?
auke.kok at planet.nl
Wed Jan 15 20:35:12 GMT 2003
On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 19:45, Steven Michalske wrote:
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> install on p266mmx with lunar 1.0 iso
> have the optomizations been increased for the 1.1.2 iso?
nope, the ISO boot image is just a 2.88M floopy size, while both those
bios'es only supported 1.44M images. Flashing one of them actually
helped, but that was 2 weeks later before I got there (they;re sooo
> they should be 386, if there not... i dont know
> On Wednesday 15 January 2003 1:30 pm, Auke Kok wrote:
> > On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 01:05, George Mochrie wrote:
> > > I've worked my way round to installing lunar on my older machines and
> > > when installing on a P200S tar gives me an 'illegal instruction' error.
> > > Is this by design? Busybox and bunzip2 seem to work ok, so I should be
> > > able to complete the initial installation. What is the minimum spec for
> > > installing from the ISO?
> > just a few notes:
> > all sorts of problems I had recently:
> > - ISO wouldn't boot on a P120+ (cyrix)
> > - ISO wouldn't boot on a P200MMX (intel)
> > - misc kernel panics and illegal instructions
> > seems like anything under PIII might NOT be as straightforward as you
> > think. In the end the gemini boot discs are quite usefull...
> > sofar
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