Berndt Josef Wulf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 9 Nov 1996 20:19:52 +1030 (CST)
Steve Madden wrote
> Hello everyone,
> Well I guess I have seen the light and have decided to install Linux on
> one of my machines. (dull yay)
> However I just began to see the light and got slapped by the Doctor
> (delivering me into the linux world). But there is no turning back!
> OK I guess I am doing it the difficult way;
> Installation Platform: Alpha AXP 150 (Jenson) 32mb Ram 4.0Gig drive
> Flavour of Linux: RedHat (I guess, will be a quake server)
> What I have managed to do;
> Download and work out the Install procedure to get the box
> ready for Linux Install. All the startup stuff taken care of.
> What I need;
> Linux! - I downloaded an Alpha version onto my DecUnix box but I
> am at the point of wondering how I get it from there onto the
> AXP 150 :)
> About that difficulty thing.....
> So whats the trick, I need a different package of install disks, are
> there such things for Alpha AXPs, (in Australia). To make things simpler,
> does anyone have an FTP site to get them or any information on what my
> next step is for a beast of a box waiting to serve quake, which is asking
> for a boot ramdisk after the BOOT -FL INSTALL dka0.
> I am the Systems Programmer for a University, so non-profit, trying to do
> a good deed for the students so they dont have huge ping times in games.
> I'll use it too of course!..
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.!
This is the site which I got me out of trouble once :)
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