On Sun, Apr 17, 2005 at 10:10:54AM +0000, _coliN_ wrote:
> I have the following problem:
> I`am a newbie to linux and want to install
> YellowDog on a Pegasos1. The install-instructions
YDL4 on pegasos 1, i think that has never been tried, and not sure if it will
work until you upgrade the firmware, but the new one you would need is not yet
released. X may lookup in the default configuration too.
> found on the web are written for people,
> who already have a working Linux on their
> Peg, but I have only some boot images from
> Debian. These comeÂ with no bzip2 packer to
> unpack the YDL4 file). My questions:
> -can I mount a AmigaFFS partition in a
> shell of the small Debian image? I`ve tried
> it with mount -t affs (or asfs) /dev/hdxx /target ,
> but it doesnt work.
Try modprobing the affs or asfs modules first.
> -can someone give me a bzip2 executable for
> this small Debian image, that I can unpack
> the bz2-compressed YellowDog-Image on the
> Linux-native partition?
No idea what installer images you are speaking about, but apt-get install
bzip2 should do in most cases.