Re: Initial booting problems with Debian/Amiga
Please disregard my previous message. It really was obviously what the
problem was. I'm not going to post this, because otherwise I may be
excluded from the Internet and locked away from computers for all ages.
Thank you for your patience,
>From: "Henrik Brauns" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Initial booting problems with Debian/Amiga
>Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 02:01:21 PST
>maybe some of you know this problem (and how to fix it :-) already.
>After I installed Debian on my Amiga 3000, which was easy and smooth, I
>came to the point where I had to reboot my machine. Once back in
>I used amiboot to boot up Linux (using "amiboot-5.6 -k linuxamiga
>root=/dev/sda2 ro" and "rw", too). It does switch to Linux and prints
>out the booting messages, as far as I know everything is detected, that
>is: Amiga hardware, SCSI controller, SCSI hardisk and CD, but then it
>stops and prints out "Unable to open initial console".
>That's it ! I'm forced to press amiga-ctrl-ctrl to reboot my Amiga. One
>thing I noticed is, that during the installation the file system (used
>for the ram disk ?) is the minix filesystem, however, when I boot into
>linux the root filesystem is of the type AFFS. Is this correct ?
>I reviewed the last six month of this mailing list, but could not find
>any related mails.
>Sitting in silence I wait for help,
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