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Indy and Inego woes.

Right im going slowlly mad here.
Finally got my SGI's booting (Indigo and Indy2) dhcp whould not work but botp worked like a dream (which may me the solution to my Java station woes too)

Now the problem is the install starts and dumps the
+????????????????????????????+ Release Notes +?????????????????????????????+
| Software in the Public Interest #
| presents #
| *** Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 *** #
| #
| This is the Debian Installation System, boot-floppies 3.0.18. #
| Keep it once you have installed your system, as you can boot from it #
| to repair the system on your hard disk if that ever becomes necessary. #
| #
| This installation set was built on 2001-12-27 by Adam Di Carlo #
| <aph@debian.org>. #
| #
| Debian's developers are unpaid volunteers from all around the world, #
| collaborating via the Internet. We have formed the non-profit #
| organization "Software in the Public Interest" to sponsor this #
| development. We'd like to thank the many businesses, universities, and #
| individuals who contributed the free software upon which Debian is #
| based. The Free Software Foundation should also be recognized for the #
| many programs they have contributed and for their pioneering role in #
| <Continue>
+??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????+ screen but then nothing my key presses dont seem to be getting through.(over serial console)
command line
bootp():/Disk1/exports/bootKernels/tftpboot.img root=/dev/ram0 console=ttyS0

Any thought please before I lose it completly.
Not even sure how to debug.
Could you also CC me any replies as im not subscribed at home


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