Ubuntu Gutsy is released ( http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntu710
). As usual, they did not put a Pegasos bootable kernel on the CD, neither create one during installation. I just finished a successful installation of Gutsy PPC Alternate on my Pegasos from CD ( http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ports/release ... owerpc.iso
). The relevant kernels are:
for booting the installed system
I found one serious problem: there is no network available after installation. To fix this (if you have DHCP on your network) is to edit as root /etc/network/interfaces
and remove the # sign from the beginning of the last line, and execute
I also created a network installer for the Pegasos, but I could not yet fully test it, as the Ubuntu server seems to be overloaded (a single server, ports.ubuntu.com serves all the world for non x86 machines...).
I suppose, that 'gutsyalt_boot' can be used to boot the installed system.
The next step is to create an EFIKA installer, but it goes a bit slowly, as development packages can be downloaded only at <0.5k/s :-(
Have a lot of fun! (sorry for the SUSE slogan ;-) )