kernel panic:no init found and not enough space for bootp
Thanks for the help with "Yeee, can't determine your
architecture type", the right kernel from Glaurung's
site did the trick.
I was able to boot using bootp/dhcpd once. It was
beautiful. The SGI penguin smiled upon me, but the
last few messages were:
Freeing unused kernel memory: 276K freed
Warning:unable to open an initial console
kernel panic:no init found. Try passing init= option
to the kernel
Any ideas on how to remedy would be great?
Unfortunately now a new problem that's preventing me
from trying to reproduce the above kernel panic. When
I follow the steps that gave me the above error, I
don't get nearly as far. An error is returned at the
PROM prompt after I type "bootp():" -- the error is:
Setting $netaddr to 192.168.1.128 (from server(
Obtaining from server
Unable to execute bootp()":: not enough space
I've tried unsetenv on all the variables tha I set,
but it doesn't help, nor does rebooting the machine.
I don't want to smack of desperateness, but if anyone
could help me get back to the kernel panic or beyond I
would appreciate it greatly.
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