Re: Solaris 9 box as bootp/tftpd server to install debian in SS1+
At 21:12 -0500 8/5/03, Steven Wilcoxon wrote:
> Since the IP address I gave to the SS1+ is 10.0.0.17, I guess
the filename then becomes A0000011.SUN4M. So, I symbolically linked
A0 is 160, 0A is 10.
Sorry for that; I am typing challenged. Also, "Derek Payne"
<email@example.com> pointed out that the SS1+ is a SUN4C beast,
not a SUN4M and I had originally written. So, once I renamed the
file to 0A000011.SUN4C.,
# ls -l
-rw-r--r-- 1 root other 3161568 Aug 6 16:18 0A000011.SUN4C
-rw-r--r-- 1 root other 3161568 May 18 2002 tftpboot.img
I seem to be able now to download the kernel to my SS1+,
ok boot net
Probing Memory Bank #: 1 2 3 4 5
Booting from: le(0,0,0)
Unfortunately, it seemed to have frozen up right there. I have left
the terminal window I was using as console open for some 6 hours now
and no sign of activity. The tftpboot.img file I got was taken from
Could it have a problem? Could I have screwed things up?