Re: Weird TFTP Problems while booting an SGI Indy
> > when i tell the indy to
> > # boot -f bootp()vmlinux init=/bin/sh nfsroot=10.0.0.1:/home/indy/indy
> Can you try:
> >> bootp():vmlinux init=/bin/sh nfsroot=10.0.0.1:/home/indy/indy
> and see if that works ?
Doesn't work either.
Exactly the same behaviour
(actually i had to do bootp():/tftpboot/vmlinux ... tftp access
restriction; and : seems to implicit an absolute path.
I did try bootp()10.0.0.1:/tftpboot/vmlinux as well...)
Just the same odd behaviour, the indy ACK'ing the first TFTP Data
Packet, but not replying to the second data package.
I believe in some bug in the PROM... any idea how i can update this
(i don't have a service contract with sgi... the machine does have some
IRIX 6.1 installed i think, but i want to run it diskless)
PROM is Version "5.1.2 Rev B4 R4X00 IP24 Dec 9, 1993 (BE)"
Thanks & Greetings