Re: Installation super-woes on PowerBook 3400
On Fri, 8 Sep 2000, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> > I gather the default LinuxPPC kernel has CONFIG_BOOTX_TEXT=y ? (at least,
> > my .config had it, generated by make pmac-config and make
> > menuconfig)... Is it absolutely mandatory to remove this option?
> So what exactly do we lose by turning this off? The messages will
> still be made available later on, right?
what do we lose? I don't know, I don't even know what the BootX text
cmd-opt-o-f worked. I'm now inside Open Firmware, 2.0.1: here's some
output (maybe I did something wrong in quik.conf... ?)
(my root partition is /dev/hda5)
<greeting messages skipped>
0 > setenv boot-device ata0/ata-disk@0:5
0 > boot Second-stage QUIK loader
Type l, off, d
Fatal error: Unable to open filesystem
Image not found... try again
Should my /boot have been HFS?
I can't get to my quik.conf now to verify, since I can't boot,
not even from CD... Not even from my miboot partition!... argh...
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