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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by J.F. on Thu 10th Jun 2004 22:35 UTC

I'm frustrated, but not giving up (despite my last post). It's just very strange. On every system I've tried, I have successfully booted:

Mandrake 10, Fedora Core 2, SuSE 9.0, SuSE 8.0, Linux 2000 (whatever version that was), FreeBSD 5.1, Windows 95, W98, WME, W2K, WXP, WXP Pro, WXP64 (on the Opteron), SkyOS, AROS, and BeOS Maximum (I might be forgetting a few there... I love to try new things).

This is seriously the first thing I haven't been able to boot. I'm going to find out what's wrong if it kills me! ;)

Since you mentioned it, I think all (most) of the systems I use are using Award BIOS. Maybe it's a factor. Since it's based on Morphix, I'll start by Googling for other reports of Morphix not booting and see if anyone found anything, then try it myself. It's how I handled the "FC2 doesn't dual-boot Windows" problem that's already been solved.