Linux on a Motorola PowerStack
I'm trying to install Debian on a Motorola PowerStack. A quite
challenging task so far. The machine doesn't have a CD-ROM, nor do I
have a keyboard for it. So I'm stuck with doing a netinstall using the
Accessing the PowerStack via serial console works, I have a DHCP server
set up to provide the kernel image to boot the PS from. I didn't find
much documentation on that topic, but what I found says that I have to
use yaboot. Well, the PS fetches yaboot from the server, fetches the
yaboot.conf and then tries to load the kernel. And that's where it
Has somebody got a PowerStack to netboot Linux?
I don't know much about the PS, so I'll just give all the facts I
figured out so far, maybe someone knows how to get Linux installed.
Open Firmware Version 1.2 RM11