Subject: RE: Install on PowerBase 180?
From: Pete Prodoehl (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 21 2001 - 07:32:43 MST
I know 500mb (actually 516) isn't much, I tried with a 450mb root and 66mb
swap, and the installer said it would need 250mb of space to install. Will
it still fail with those numbers? I've left out Gnome, KDE, etc. but there
are some dependencies needed. I wouldn't think it would be too much though.
(Or I could be way off. :)
> From: Cal Spooner
> Reply To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2001 7:03 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Install on PowerBase 180?
> you said:
> >I'm wondering if there are any known problems with installing Champion
> >Server (1.2.1 I believe) on a PowerComputing PowerBase 180.
> >I've tried a number of installs and all have failed. It could be the
> >(an old 500 mb Quantum) but was wondering about other's PowerBase
> >experiences. (I got as far as the mouse config on the most successful
> >attempt, then that fails and I can't do anything else.)
> You really need more drive space than that... my experience is that
> 1GB comes up a little short, with the swap. It'll give you all kinds
> of instabilities, with the mouse and conf nightmares... you need some
> free space on that disk AFTER the install.
> Cal Spooner
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