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serial 0 115200
serial 0 9600
depending on your baud rate. You will also need to append to the kernel
command line the equivalent console=ttyS0,115200n8 type option.
After that I'd expect the installation to proceed just fine as long as
you pick english language. Serial install in unicode does not sound very
It's been a while since I've tried this. Here are some useful googled pages:
http://www.patoche.org/LTT/install/00000103.html <- old
...R5 install from a home burnt CDROM : the problems I still have...
All was installed fine by the X-installer (exept the enlightment config
And I even managed to have accelerated display (ATI Rage Pro of a beige G3).
But I tried to launch the Xconfigurator from the single mode, and since then
the init 5 level can not launch X since it seems tat there are problems with
xfs (the font server).
I think that the X-installer and the RedHat installer install 2 different
X-server. Is it right ?
It seems that the X-installer installs Xpmac (because there was no
/etc/X11/XF86Config file), and the RedHad installs Xfree86.
Which is the more efficient for the ATI Rage Pro ?
The userguide distinguish between 2 setup processes ("Booting LinuxPPC
chapter) according to the installer chosen. Can I use Xfree86 even if I did
the standard Linux X-install ?
Thanks if s.o. could answer these questions.
6. .AVI player?