changeset 1:341e24a1a316

Relative image paths & some html fixups
author Josef "Jeff" Sipek <>
date Wed, 12 Sep 2007 23:13:25 -0400
parents b58b8c3c1dd2
children e9b53c1db049
files s390.html
diffstat 1 files changed, 24 insertions(+), 24 deletions(-) [+]
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--- a/s390.html	Wed Sep 12 23:11:15 2007 -0400
+++ b/s390.html	Wed Sep 12 23:13:25 2007 -0400
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
 If you follow this HOWTO, at the end of it you'll have:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/final-system.png" alt="Linux on S/390" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/final-system.png" alt="Linux on S/390" />
 Yes, that's debian running on an IBM System/390 box. Very emulated one, but
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
 So, point your browser to the mirror nearest you, navigate to this rather
 long path:
 and grab these files:
@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@
 You should see something that looks like this:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/herc-console.png" alt="Hercules console" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/herc-console.png" alt="Hercules console" />
 It is safe to ignore the &quot;tun0: Operation not supported&quot; message.
@@ -225,7 +225,7 @@
 Wait until you see:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/herc-installer-netdev.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/herc-installer-netdev.png" />
 Wonderful! The installer is asking us to select the type of the network
@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@
 Enter host box IP: <pre>.</pre>
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/herc-installer-netdev-setup.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/herc-installer-netdev-setup.png" />
 Enter DNS server IP - choose the same your non-virtual system uses (see
@@ -284,14 +284,14 @@
 This will take a few minutes.
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/herc-installer-ssh-keygen.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/herc-installer-ssh-keygen.png" />
 Before long, the installer will ask you for a password for the remainder of
 the install process, just enter anything: <pre>.foo</pre>
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/herc-installer-passwd.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/herc-installer-passwd.png" />
 Re-enter it to make sure. Yes, you can see the password in plain-text, but
@@ -302,7 +302,7 @@
 When you see
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/herc-installer-phase1done.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/herc-installer-phase1done.png" />
 you'll know you are on the right track! Now, open a new terminal, and ssh
@@ -310,7 +310,7 @@
 for a password.
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-passwd.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-passwd.png" />
 Remember that you are using ssh which encrypts everything, and therefore
@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@
 will start up:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-menu1.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-menu1.png" />
 Select: <strong>start menu</strong>
@@ -340,13 +340,13 @@
 Now you should see:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-download-release-file.png" />,
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-download-release-file.png" />,
 and shortly after, several installation components will get downloaded
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-downloading-udebs.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-downloading-udebs.png" />
 Just be patient and wait...or maybe go get some non-caffeinated beverage,
@@ -359,11 +359,11 @@
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-dasd1.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-dasd1.png" />
-DASD is "Direct Access Storage Device" - yes Debian calls it
-"<strong>Disk</strong> access storage device" oh well, they are wrong.
+DASD is &quot;Direct Access Storage Device&quot; - yes Debian calls it
+&quot;<strong>Disk</strong> access storage device&quot; oh well, they are wrong.
@@ -381,39 +381,39 @@
 When the formating completes, you'll get back to the DASD menu:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-dasd2.png" />,
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-dasd2.png" />,
 Select the other device (121), and format it as well.
-Once both volumes are formated, select "Finish".
+Once both volumes are formated, select &quot;Finish&quot;.
 The following screen
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-partition1.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-partition1.png" />
 should seem familiar to anyone who installed Debian before and chose manual
 partitioning. You want to create one partition on each DASD, both ext2 to
-avoid "double-journaling", and save some clock cycles.
+avoid &quot;double-journaling&quot;, and save some clock cycles.
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-partition2.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-partition2.png" />
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-partition3.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-partition3.png" />
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-partition4.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-partition4.png" />
 Confirm the changes:
-<img src="/images/hercules-s390/ssh-partition5.png" />
+<img src="hercules-s390/ssh-partition5.png" />
 Now the ext2 filesystems will get created on the DASD packs.
@@ -426,7 +426,7 @@
-The next few questions have to do with locale (country & timezone), so just
+The next few questions have to do with locale (country &amp; timezone), so just
 answer them to the best of your ability.