RE: [parisc-linux] NIC & "searching for devices"
Arrrrg. I've been trying to find instructions on "configuring your boot
loader" for an initrd kernel with the hppa version of Debian. When you load
an Intel kernel that needs initrd it tells you very nicely to edit
lilo.conf, what line to insert, etc. Hppa just says "read your bootloader
documentation." I assume I only need to insert --initrd=/initrd.img in
palo.conf since the install of 2.6.8-2-smp automatically created an
initrd.img symlink in /boot for me. Could someone please confirm this for a
dumb newbie. Even better would be a palo.conf for a 2.6 kernel that I could
use as an example. Thanks.
From: Thibaut VARENE [mailto:T-Bone@parisc-linux.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2005 3:06 PM
To: Harry Cochran
Subject: Re: [parisc-linux] NIC & "searching for devices"
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 12:59:15 -0500
"Harry Cochran" <email@example.com> wrote:
> 2.4.27-32-smp hangs on boot on my J6000 in serial console mode
> "Searching for devices" message. The only way I've found out of this is
> to install a vidoe card, connect to a monitor and install a usb
> keyboard, type in pa con SERIAL_1, complete the boot and then you are up
> in serial mode after the boot. Then you can symlink back to 2.4.26 and
> reboot in serial console mode.
The correct answer is "use 2.6". Recent parisc workstations aren't
supported in 2.4
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