Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 6th Jun 2004 18:09 UTC, submitted by Gürkan Sengün
OpenStep, GNUstep There is a new version of the GNUstep LIVE CD, version 0.5. All GNUstep was software updated, and alot new GNUstep software added. New game: Supertux. Debian GNU/Hurd K6 mini iso included. LaTeX, TeXmacs, Emacs added. TV software. Web browsers are dillo and links2. QTParted.
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Weird...
by J.F. on Wed 9th Jun 2004 03:07 UTC

As far as I can tell, the problem is the boot order in the BIOS. This Live CD doesn't boot like most bootable CDs. The systems in question only allow for the following boot orders with the CD: C,CDROM,A or CDROM,C,A. This disc appears to need CDROM,A,C to boot. No other bootable CD I have shows this deficiency. Very strange, but this is a fairly common BIOS. It's also the latest for the model, so I can't fix it by updating the BIOS. I guess I need to email the Live CD author and have him look at the Linux CDs and use the same method they do for making bootable CDs.