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Compaq XP1000 (Kurtz)


Kurtz is an older 64 bit Alpha workstation with 1GB of memory, two 9GB hard drives, and a CD reader. The machine originally ran Tru64.

A default install using the Sarge Release Candidate 3 Debian GNU/Linux Installer, booting from a CD was performed (3 June 2005). The CD image was obtained using jigdo-file (see Section 3.7.2).

Issues include:

  • Haven't been able to get USB to work. At first, had to enable USB in SRM:
        >>> show usb_enable
        usb_enable            OFF
        >>> set usb_enable on
    


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