On Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 06:09:28PM +0200, Vince wrote:
Le 1 août 05 à 17:10, Paul Nasrat a écrit :
>On Mon, 2005-08-01 at 15:56 +0200, Vince wrote:
>>Installation and as soon as Keyboard setup I get the error as
>>indicated above. If I switch to console mode, when I try fdisk /dev/
>>hda it complains that drive doesn't have a correct label !!
>> So what do I need to do exactly to get it working and be able to
>his is a known bug can you try with:
>Take the updates.img and use dd to write it to a USB key, then use
>that with "linux updates" at the yaboot boot: prompt.
>You will need to dd it to the entire device,
>so make sure you backup whatever may be on the USB drive first.
>You can dosomething like this:
>dd if=updates.img of=/dev/sda
>Replace /dev/sda with the name of your USB key drive, though.
Thanks a lot Paul for your very heplful answer. Unhappy I'm unable to
write updates.img to my usk bey, each time I try dd if=updates.img
of=/dev/disk4s1 (disk4s1 is where my usb key appears on my osx
system), it returns a device busy, whatever I'm as root or normal
'umount' it first