Re: yaboot on sawtooth G4
> My experiences with yaboot_0.5 are getting more interesting the
> more I play with it.
> I started giving the Open Firmware boot command silly arguments out of
> frustration, and got some interesting results. Apparently, I can pick
> random files that are sitting right beside yaboot_0.5 on the same HFS
> slice, and get a message that indicates that the boot command was at
> least able to locate the file, but so far no indication that it can
> even find the yaboot_0.5 binary itself...
> boot hd:vmlinux.benh.15 <--- silly
> load-size=264466 adler32=(something)
> Loading ELF
> CLAIM failed
> boot hd:yaboot.conf <--- very silly
> load-size=4b adler32=b24b1919
> unrecognized Client Program format
> Yet something not so silly yields...
> boot hd:yaboot_0.5
> Can't open hd:yaboot_0.5
Try something like
which is what works for yaboot-0.4 on my sawtooth's HFS+ partition. 'Course, my
HFS partition is at the start of the drive, so this may not work. Apparently,
your HFS_Bootstrap partition is at the start of the disk, so it might work. OF
is weird, so you never know.
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