[sisela] Mount HD partitions
Sun, 12 Sep 2004 07:40:58 -0400 (EDT)
I used sisela-0.2 to do this. I had to recompile IIRC and burn on a
I would take very old laptop to wireless access point. Download
software onto hard disk.
Take laptop to system with burner. NFS image to hard drive of burner.
That is how I first got Debian.
So, yes it is possible. I don't remember the exact steps very well now.
But it all works :) Pretty impressive distribution.
On Sun, 12 Sep 2004, Roberto Alday wrote:
> Hi all! Glad to meet you.
> Sisela is the only floppy-based distro that worked for my Ethernet
> CardBus rtl8139 on a
> Compaq Armada M300. Unfortunately, I cannot install anything there,
> because I cannot
> mount my HD partitions (hda1 or hda2), as they don't appear in /dev.
> I don't know whether it's a silly question or not, but... is there any
> way to do that with sisela?
> Regards and thanks in advance,
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