Zipspeak Problem

frankiec at frankiec at
Fri May 19 13:02:39 EDT 2000

Hi Jim

I believe that it should be /dev/hda1 if it is drive C:.  But that may not
be.  You will need to figure out what interface the disk is running
on.  So watch the kernel messages and you will find the different
partisions that exist on your machine.

On Fri, 19 May 2000, Jim Wantz wrote:

> I have been trying to run Zipspeak on a desktop Dell with a 200MHZ MMX
> with a 4.6 gigabyte disk drive.  I downloaded the proper kernel and the
> mini Transport speaks just fine.  Unfortunately, I have been unable to
> find the disk partition where Linux resides.  I've tried at least 15
> combinations by editing linux.bat and thus far, no luck.  I keep getting a
> kernel panic.  My editing is doing something because the numbers it
> reports keep changing (major and minor device number?).  The right shift
> key and page down keys seem to do nothing.  Any suggestions?
>     Jim WB0TFK
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