Re: Booting on a zx2000
Boxes based on the zx1 chipset actually have a hardware I/O TLB,
so this shouldn't be an issue. You should see this line towards
the top of the output:
booting generic kernel on platform hpzx1
If by some chance you're booting the dig machvec (old kernels might
not identify the box), you should additionally pass a "mem=1G" boot
parameter (assuming you have more than 1GB of memory).
Bob Proulx wrote:
> > > Has anyone managed to install the 05/06/2002 image of Debian for IA-64 on
> > > a ZX-2000 system?
> > I just tried the 5/16 rescue.bin on a zx6000 and it works fine.
> I doubt if this is related. But for the i2000 I must boot with an
> additional option 'elilo linux swiotlb=32768' or I get a crash on boot
> in the network driver. Don't let that be a red herring for your
> current problem but I will mention it anyway. This was discussed
> previously on the list.
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