I have finally received a set of cd's for 7.1 (mar 9 build) but I am unable
to get the installation to create and/or mount a FAT partition to /boot so
that the system can actually boot after installation.
I have tried reformatting the disk and letting the installation partition
the disk (it only creates a linux and linux-swap partition)
I tried installing with a 150 MB formatted FAT partition on the disk prior
to installation and letting the installation create partitions
in all cases there is either no FAT partition or the one I created prior to
installation is empty
How do I get this to work?
I have what is possibly a really stupid question. I just finished
installing SuSE 7.1 for ia-64 on a lion sdv with 4 B3 stepping processors,
with the bios at 71. During the install, I chose the qwerty/us keymap. I
also tested EVERY key, and they all worked properly. After completing the
install and rebooting, the key map is not working correctly. All of the
symbols are mixed up, and a couple of the letters are reversed. For
example, the y key gives a z, and the z key gives a y. Has this happened to
anyone else? And what can I do to fix it?
The second beta release of SuSE Linux 7.1 for IA64 is now available for
download. The ISO images can be found at the following place:
This release contains kernel 2.4.1 with the 2001-01-31 ia64 patch. Note
that A stepping cpus are not supported any more.
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