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Re: Multia MILO Disk



It's in /milo/arc on my 5.2 CD. Sorry about that Steve, should have put
that
in the original post.

regards,
rdp

Steve Proctor wrote:
> 
> Thanks for the help, if I read this right, I have a DOS disk with
> linload.exe and the udb-noname.img file on it right?  Well I found the
> .img file but where do I get the linload.exe file?
> 
> Steve
> 
> On Thu, 26 Nov 1998, Rich Payne wrote:
> 
> > Steve,
> >
> >       You need 3 disks. MILO, boot and root
> >
> >       On disk one (FAT format!!!!) you COPY the linload.exe and
> > udb-noname.img milo
> >       image (found in /milo/images).
> >
> >       Disk 2 you use rawrite (or dd under UNIX) to place the noname.img (from
> > /images)
> >       file on it, the third use rawrite to put the ramdisk.img (get the new
> > one in the
> >       errata from RedHat) file on it.
> >
> >       Now put the MILO disk in the floppy and start the process. Install docs
> > can
> >       be found at:
> >       www.alphalinux.org  follow the link for docs then udb-multia
> >
> >
> >       FTP works fine, you may need to put the IP address of the FTP server
> > instead
> >       of the hostname that's all.
> >
> >       Good Luck,
> >       rdp
> >
> > Steve Proctor wrote:
> > >
> > > Im gonna try again to install Redhat 5.2 on my DEC Multia.  Where do I get
> > > the milo images to make the milo boot disk.  I assume thats the first step
> > > in the process.  I don't have a CDROM so I downloaded the whole thing from
> > > ftp.cdrom.com by doing a FTP and a get alpha.tar.  I see there is a milo
> > > directory and a miata.img in the images directory, do I use that?   I
> > > thought I heard I use the noname.img instead but not sure.  If anyone has
> > > done a FTP install of Redhat 5.2, can you please tell me what disks and
> > > procedures you used?
> > >
> > > Thanks for the help.
> > > Steve
> > >
> > > sproctor@microline.org
> > >
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