Re: /boot nonexistant on sun4cdm install disk set
William Cordis <whcordis@host-0080C84B1ED9.public.southern.edu> writes:
> I have a SPARCstation 5 that I'm trying to install debian on. I downloaded
> the 2.2.16-2000-07-14 disks from /debian/dists/potato/main/disks-sparc/sun4cdm
> and the root.bin that I used came from
> All went fine until I tried to download the driver.tgz from http.us.debian.org
> Since I was using DHCP to configure the machine I checked /etc/resolve.conf.
> It was empty so I put our DNS server in there and was able to ping
> http.us.debian.org. Unfortunately the perl method didn't notice the change
> and still reported the name as unable to resolve. Putting in the ip worked
> and nothing else went wrong until I tried to install SILO. It failed so I
> ran it manually from the console. It reported that it couldn't load the
> second stage boot-loader /boot/second.b. A quick survey showed no /boot at all.
> Did I download a bad image for my root.bin??
Try the newer 3 August versions, I think.
If that fails, please submit a bug against boot-floppies.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>