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Re: installing debian on AS 1000A (4/266)

On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 08:16:01PM +0100, Santanu Das wrote:
> If I only use  "boot dka400" it returns me "aboot>" prompt after a while.
> Any idea what's wrong?

This is normal.  From here, you should be able to type "l" to get a list
of pre-defined kernel configurations, and then type the number of one to
boot it.

> My problem is when I issue command like this (dka400 is my CD-ROM
> drive):

> >>> boot  dka400 -flags 0

> to boot and install from the CD, it's getting stuck. It starts with 
> several checking and after that all the letters become blue (from normal 
> white on black background) and then it prints this:

> ......
> ......
> 6bfa8001        ret zero,(ra)
> 2fe00000        ldq_u zero,0(v0)
> a6f00040        ldq t9,64 (a0)
> .......
> .......
> *a0370010     ldl t0,16(t9)
> 40e01642       s8addqt6,0,t1              
> Trace: 3102c0 3102d8 3102c0 310888 3102c0 31085c 310838 3102c0 31085c 3102c0

> and then waitting for ages.

This, however, looks like a backtrace from a crash of some kind.  I
can't say that I've ever seen one like it; it doesn't *look* like a
Linux kernel trace, but I don't know what it is, either.  Hopefully
someone else on the list knows.

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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