On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 10:53:22PM +0200, Seth Mos wrote:
> I am having trouble getting the mipsel packages installed using the
> installer provided for 7.1.
> I have hooked up a second disk to my i386 workstatition that will house
> the filesystem for my mipsel box. Once everything is installed I will put
> this disk back in my Qube2 for testing. In the worst case scenario I will
> need to boot with the 2.0 kernel that came with the cube.
> I have the original disk for the Qube2 so it isn't a big problem if it
> takes 50 attempts. I have a lot of patience ;-)
> Am I correct to assume that I need to use the install.i386.hd on my
> workstation to install the mipsel packages on the second harddrive (hdd in
> my case)
No. It should be install.mipsel.nfs. install.mipsel.hd is for the
native mipsel machine install.
> Traceback (innermost, last):
> File "./findrpm", line 5, in ?
> import rpm
> ImportError: No module named rpm
> Does this ring any bells?
You need to install the rpm-python rpm.
> The mipsel packages are located in the RPMS directory which is in the same
> directory as the installer and I edited the Makefile and changed ROOT and
> I wonder if anyone can provide a basic root tarbal which I can use to set
> up the basics after which i can start adding stuff.
install.mipsel.nfs is used to create a NFS root tree for mipsel. If
you tar it up, you get what you are asking for.