I'm interested. I'm backing up my current ps2linux next release now so I can blow the hdd away in an attempt to use the installer. Using kernel v5 without the cca=7 last night I would repeatedly kick out of the base installation at about 30% due to an illegal instruction. Later last night I went ahead and built my March 2010 distro with new openssh/openssl, dillo 2.2-ssl, and WindowMaker so I have to back up this work before trying again tonight because I want to release one more crappy 2.4 release some time before your 2.6 debian puts the final nail in the coffin of 2.4 ;-) I'll post my results tonight unless it gets REALLY slow.
EDIT - Really slow. I left it running the base install overnight and it is only at 6% validating libc6. I'll leave it running for today, but it is likely hung up during the install previous to the point that I reached before failing (without the cca=7 kernel parameter I reached 30% on the base install before getting "illegal instruction").
EDIT2 - Power outage during the day (very common where I live). Installation apparently did not complete successfully, but I don't have any logs to analyze unless I start over. I need a good UPS before conducting a test of this duration.
Last edited by deba5er; 06-24-2011 at 07:02 PM.
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