How can I boot Woody m68k for the ATARI TT030 after installation?
my file bootargs, which I used for installation is:
-s -k linux.bin -r root.bin root=/dev/ram load_ramdisk=1 video=keep
where linux.bin and root.bin are stored to c:\Atari on my ATARI TT030.
Now I want to boot first time from TOS the new installed Woody system.
What is the syntax when I installed want to boot from root=/dev/sda3 ?
Do I still need a ramdisk? Do I still need the option "nolangchooser"? What
is the name of the kernel, i have to boot?
Can you write down the syntax exactly?
Thank you for help!
Thomas Scherk, Kiel, Germany
Von: Ross Vumbaca [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Montag, 5. August 2002 08:22
An: Thomas Scherk
Betreff: Re: AW: How can I create a boot-Floppy for the ATARI TT030,
when the installation-menu doesn?t do?
Thomas Scherk wrote:
> Hi Ross,
> my root is in /dev/sa3 (third partion on SCSI-DISK withID Nr. 1).
> How can i change the bootargs, that there is no initrd anymore?
> The installer has installed kernel 2.2. How can I upgrade to kernel 2.4x?
You do not need initrd, just make the boot parameters "root=/dev/sda3".
If you want to try a 2.4 image go to http://people.debian.org/~holgate
2.2 is more stable though.