On Wed, 27 Jan 1999, Oscar M. Siguenza wrote:
> Hi Ricardo,
> What is your pc110 setup? Do you have the floppy, expansion base,
> Also do you have access to another notebook with PCMCIA ports?
> I have set up my pc110 with a slackware based system. I used a 48M
> CFLASH card from Sandisk. To do it I had to use a different computer
> since I did not buy the floppy or CDROM or expansion base.
> I can get you the kernel that I am using but without the root partition
> on the CFLASH card you will not be able to boot. For the most part I
> use loadlin to load the kernel instead of LILO since it saves a lot of
> trouble with the partition table.
> The way I got the CFLASH card loaded was to use a CFLASH to PCMCIA
> extension card and mounted the card on a notebook. I then ran the
> Slackware setup program and told it to install the base package on the
> mounted PCMCIA drive.
> Hope that helps.
> Oscar S.
> Ricardo Muggli wrote:
> > I've had my PC110 for a while without using it because of my failed
> > attempts at installing linux on it a while back.
> > I have put a MSDOS format on my CF card and put loadlin and zimage on it.
> > When I run loadlin from the e: drive "LOADING" and a line of dots show up
> > on the screen and then the screen blanks(besides the little japanese
> > characters in the lower left corner). This exact thing happens when I
> > put loadlin and zimage on the c: drive.
> > I'm sort of thinking now that it may be my kernel that I compiled. Maybe
> > it is too big or something else. Does anyone have a kernel that they can
> > either give me a link to download or e-mail as an attachment to me?
> > Also how do I delete files on the c: drive? I can delete files I put on
> > there but anything that was on there before I can't delete.
> > after typeing: del inkdrv.com
> > I get a bunch of japanese characters. After commenting out the country
> > line in the config.sys file I get an english error message. The message
> > says: Access denied
> > Thanks,
> > - ricardo