I can't get the Yggdrasil summer '94 boot disk to find my internal Mitsumi
FX001D. I have tried with both IRQ 10 and 11 for the CD-ROM with the same
results..the I/O address is 300h, which is what it's supposed to be for Mitsumi
I have a brand new Zeos Pantera 486DX2 66..with PCI bus, flash BIOS, etc.
(and, unfortunately, a Diamond video card.. but I'll deal with that once
I can actually get Linux installed :)
For the summer '94 revision A disk that came with the CD, I got a nice "Unable
to mount root" message.. but as far as I know I have a supported CD-ROM drive
and interface card ("Works fine under DOS" .. and the manual says Mitsumis are
I got the summer '94 revision B boot disk from ftp.yggdrasil.com and it ended
up giving me lots of errors like "NEC CD-ROM I/O error" ..
Anyone have a similar configuration and/or solution?
If I can't get Linux to see my CD-ROM, I'll probably end up returning the
Yggdrasil CD and getting the slackware or SLS CD so I can copying all of the
compressed stuff from the CD to my hard drive and installing from there..
since the only reason I want Linux to see my CD-ROM is for installation..