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Re: Best Hurd installation?

From: Rian Hunter
Subject: Re: Best Hurd installation?
Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2004 15:46:52 -0400

On Sat, 2004-07-17 at 06:59, Marco Gerards wrote:
> Rian Hunter <> writes:
> > what's the best way of installing a working Hurd system these days?
> >
> > best = latest binaries.
> >
> > i used to use the crosshurd package, but i remember someone saying on
> > teh lists that it was getting outdated and also i read somewhere on
> > debian that they were unifying the crosshurd to be a cross-everything
> > package. if crosshurd is still adequate i wouldn't mind using that.
> >
> Last week I have used crosshurd to install my system.  It worked
> perfectly.  When using crosshurd you will get the newest software.
> There was one little bug that bothered me, there was a problem with
> tzconfig.  I had to run:
> export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive
> If you don't run that before running native-install, it will loop
> forever.

ah, i used crosshurd as before. i had some (minor) trouble though. i had
to give /libexec/rc executable permissions before i was allowed to boot
multiuser. that's all really, i didn't have your problem Marco. thanks

> --
> Marco

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