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RE: Installation question

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Niessink [mailto:p.niessink@aimcons.nl]
> Sent: Sunday, October 10, 1999 1:56 PM
> To: debian-alpha@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Installation question 


> I seem to be able to use procedure 2C. However, I cannot get 
> past the aboot>
> due to a lack of knowledge of Linux.
> This is how far I get ...
> boot dva0 -flags i   	works OK. (floppydisk)
> boot dka500 -flags i	works OK (CDROM)
> When i want to boot Linux it keeps telling me that it cannot 
> find the file
> Linux
> What should be specified in <boot-path> value ?
> I assumed that this should be "/boot/noritake-p/" (without 
> quotes), no luck.
	You may have to add a partition identifier.  e.g. - my system boots
from "2/boot/vmliux-2.2.5-16smp" (fresh install)
	I have also added a boot_file call, but may be superfluous.
	I have also found that this system (a DS20) will not boot from a
symbolic link to the kernel... is this normal?

Alpha Newbie - be gentle.......

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