Re: Booting The Debian GNU/Hurd get locked
No. I didn't run it at all. The guide say: "Once you are presented with
a shell prompt, and any time that the Hurd is in single user mode, it is
necessary to set the terminal type:". I hadn't presented with a shell
prompt in the GNU/Hurd system, yet. Should I chroot to in and run it
(I'm not using the K8 installer...)
Philip Charles wrote:
Have you run ./native-install twice?
On Thu, 20 Jan 2005, Yuval Tanny wrote:
After following this:
installation guide, I get this message at boot:
(this is what I see on the screen)
ide0 at 0x1f0-0x1f7, 0x3f6 on irq 14
ide1 at 0x170-0x177, 0x3f6 on irq 15
FDC is a post 1991 82077
Failed initialization of WD-7000 SCSI card!
EATAO, address 0x1f0 in use skipping probe.
EATAO, address 0x170 in use skipping probe.
ppa: Version 1.42
ppa: Probing port 03bc
ppa: Probing port 0378
...(and some other lines from ppa)..
scsi: 0 hosts.
scsi: detected total.
eth0: RealTek RTL81396 Fast Ethernet at 0xa00 IRQ 10, 0:e0:ud: 7:98:ca
Now the system lock. It's not responding.
I installed from debian-gnu-hurd-2004.12.30.tar.gz. I have ABIT NF7-S
(nforce 2 with SCSI controller that is in no use) motherboard, WD800JB
hard disc (ATA connected), the Debian GNU/Hurd is on hda1or hd0s1 (I
hope :-) ), It's a 6 GB (maybe this is it?) ext2 hurd partition.
What is the problem and how can I fix it?
I'll be glade to give more info,
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