Bug#68016: tftp and floppy install broken on sun4m
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 10:54:21AM -0600, Erik Andersen wrote:
> On Tue Aug 01, 2000 at 06:25:30PM +0200, Christian Meder wrote:
> > > wierd reason. Is this repeatable? If so, are you in a position to run some
> > > tests?
> > Yep and yes. It is repeatable. I get the error when booting via tftp (tried it
> > several times) _and_ when booting via floppies.
> > I can run some tests but I guess I need to compile my own boot disk or
> > tftp image then (which shouldn't be a problem per se it just takes time
> > on a Sparc 20 ;-)
> Excellent -- The first test I would like to see is the following -- can you
> mount the boot floppies on a working system and make the following changes to
> the rescue.bin image:
> 1) change the file /etc/inittab to remove the "null" at the
> beginning of the line running rcS
> 2) Change /etc/init.d/rcS so that the first line reads
> #!/bin/sh -x
> The umount the rescue image, and try again. Changing things
> the way will avoid all the pain of recompiling everything.
I guess we won't be able to avoid recompiling stuff, see below:
+ mount proc /proc -t proc
The busybox mount is segfaulting for some reason. This doesn't happen with
the normal mount and the same kernel.
Christian Meder, email: email@example.com
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