mini-beep.iso seems obsoleted already

Chuck Hallenbeck chuckh at
Mon Sep 8 12:00:52 EDT 2008


You are brilliant! Many thanks! I kept trying servers as you suggested,
and found one that did the trick. I suppose the one I found might not
work that way forever, but for those who are hoping to do the same, it
was the eighth selection in the U.S. group of servers.


On Mon, Sep 08, 2008 at 09:45:45AM -0500, Cheryl Homiak wrote:
>  Hi Chuck and all.
> When I installed debian on my power pc, in order to do an install with  
> brltty, I had to use a cd that had been specially created with the 
> version of brltty that works correctly with power pc; this had not yet 
> been implemeneted in the installers--in fact, I think it still might not 
> be implemented. at any rate, with tht cd, I ran into the same problem of  
> modules not being available. I ended up having to keep switching mirrors  
> until I found one that had those modules; initially I kept changing when  
> certain modules couldn't be found but eventually I found one mirror that  
> had them all. You might be able to do the same thing with the  
> mini-beep.iso; when it complains about missing modules, go back and 
> change your mirror and keep doing this until you find one that has your 
> modules. This would be a temporary fix until the iso is updated.
> Hth.
> -- 
> Cheryl
> "Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."
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