Yes I used the installation of Martins site. And used for installation those instructions
don't have to change the acrnumber or something. Then use the other instructions.
in the debian installer
Create one boot partition of about 150MB ext2 for /boot (ext3, sda1) . than then the root / (sda2) and a swap
The instalation fails almost at the end, skip this and go to the next step of the installation.
If you have installed everything, mount the /boot and put the kernel you found here and put it in there.
Then tell u-boot to load it, while mentioned above.
Ok, thanks... at this stage I have the following problems:
1.- I decided (yes, stupid decision) to replace original u-boot with latest one provided by martin (3.4.27 patched). After this, egiga port is unable to work anymore (even with original uboot could get ip for tftp taks when booting).
2.- If I prepare a USB stick, as you detailed earlier in this post, the system loads uImage and initrd... but then is unable to load the kernel. This is completely annoying for me, because I think the USB stick should boot the kernel perfectly... but no way.
So, with non-origianl u-boot, no ehternet and non-booteable USB.... I'm completeley stuck ;(
any idea how to revert to origina u-boot???