Re: Fwd: "File does not appear executable" on SS20.
Same again, I'm afraid. A year ago, I had Sarge running on an SS20, so I know it can work. Something is obviously not right. The other strange thing is that I have two 2.1 Gb drives, and whatever I try to do with the 2nd drive, it only lets me use about 250 megs. I have removed all the partitions on it, and tried several times.
On 04/07/07, Matthias Kreis <Matthias.ML@remasec.ch> wrote:
disk:a means the first partition. You can tray to boot from disk:c. From
this partition debian is booting on my sun servers.
Just use: boot disk:c
> I'll have a look, but as I say, Solaris was booting fine, on power-up,
> and nothing has changed.
> printenv reads:
> "boot-device disk:a disk" in the second column it says "disk net"
> Does this help?
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> From: *ayo jegede* <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: 04-Jul-2007 12:42
> Subject: Re: "File does not appear executable" on SS20.
> To: Chris Andrew <email@example.com
> You may need to set your OBP for your boot device.
> Run <ok>printenv at the boot prom and check which device is set for
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Chris Andrew" <
> Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2007 09:00:39
> To:debian-sparc <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: "File does not appear executable" on SS20.
> Hi, all.
> I have been trying to install Sarge on a SPARCstation20. The install
> goes fine, but when I reboot into my new installation, I get the OBP
> message "File does not appear executable".
> BTW, I haven't tried Etch because I haven't got any spare CD's to burn
> it to.
> Can anyone help?