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Old 02-02-2005, 02:28 PM   #1
Mr. B.
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Woody on IBM x335


I have to install Woody on IBM x335 machine. The problem is that the kernels, provided with official CD images, do not detect any hard disks.

I have spent many hours googling the web for custom woody installer with 2.6 kernel.

Sarge installer detects the HDDs easily,

I would like to see one out of two options:
* if anyone knows, please give reference, where could I get a woody ISO with 2.6 kernel
* reference, how to use Sarge installer and still get a clean Woody install.

The result must be a clean Woody install with 2.6 kernel.

Thanks in advance,
Mr. B.
Old 02-02-2005, 03:12 PM   #2
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There isn't one. You would have to use Sarge. Sarge will be the stable version soon anyway.


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