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Re: 3.0.14 Rules!

On Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 06:08:44PM -0700, Chris Tillman wrote:
> > On Wed, Sep 26, 2001 at 10:45:39PM -0700, Chris Tillman wrote:
> >> 
> > staring at it for a couple seconds should also result in quik booting
> > that by default no?
> No, it looks like this when booting without the boot-file variable:
> Second-stage QUIK loader
> Debian GNU/Linux PowerPC (woody)boot:
> Enter the kernel image name as [device:][partno]/path, where partno is a
> number from 0 to 16. Instead of path you can type [mm-nn] to specify a
> range of disk blocks (512B)
> boot:

something is wrong then, you don't need boot-file if you have an

and from the generated quik.conf:


thats ten seconds.

> > boot-file overrides quik.conf, if you need it then something is wrong
> > with the quik.conf that we are generating and that should be fixed.
> >
> I'm thinking if there was something wrong with the quik.conf it wouldn't
> work by typing Linux either? -- since that's where the label 'Linux' is
> defined.

then why wouldn't timeout work...

but frankly i don't care.   OldWorld OpenFirmware is simply too broken
to worry about.  we do what we can but it will still fail 95% of the
time at best.  

Ethan Benson

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