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Re: Problems booting the hurd

On Fri, 11 Feb 2000, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2000 at 02:13:41PM +0000, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> > # Partition check ( DOS partitions ):
> > #  hd0: hd0s1 hd0s2 < hd0s5 hd0s6 hd0s7 hd0s8 hd0s9 >
> > #  hd2: [PTBL] [585/64/63] hd2s1 hd2s2 hd2s3
> > # com0: at atbus0, port=3f8, spl=6, pic=4. (DOS COM 1)
> > # com1: at atbus1, port=2f8, spl=6, pic=3. (DOS COM 2)
> > 
> > Then, it freezes. All off. Nothing more, doh!
> You prolly need the updated serverboot. Which version of the HUrd
> package are you using? Try using the latest one.
> Thanks,
> Marcus

I have the same problem with hurd-20000130.deb. I think I have some problems
with the installtation anyway. Using a grub floppy found on alpha.gnu.org I
have to use "kernel=/bootku/gnumach.gz root=... -s". I have absolutly no idea
where this ku comes from! It is not there when I look into the hurd-partition
under linux. e2fscsaiys everything is fine...

Best Regards,


Tobias Hunger                       "Who is General Failure and
Tobias_Hunger@gmx.de                 why is he reading my Disc?"

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