Re: Ok...FINALLY got the Indy...
On Wed, 30 Aug 2000, Stephen Frost wrote:
> My first guess was to use dvhtool and just prod through that location
> of the disk. dvhtool can be used to put something there (like the kernel) that
> can then be found using tools under Linux. Put a few more files into the volume
> header and see where they physically start and end and what the beginning of the
> partition or disk looks like for changes. I'm not very familiar w/ this kind of
> stuff, but that's what I was thinking. One thing I have yet to try that might
> be worthwhile would be to ask sgi if they'd be willing to open source or at least
> help out w/ writing something like dvhtool that can be used under Linux.
FYI, the sources for dvhtool are on their oss.sgi.com site in their cvsweb
tree (http://oss.sgi.com/mips/cvsweb/dvhtool/). Doesn't look to hard to
at least gleen information from. It would definitely be worth an email to
see if it is, in fact, open source, especially since it's in their open
source CVS repository...