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Re: quik boots only manually

On Tue, Apr 22, 2003 at 12:46:22PM +0200, Tobias Stefan Richter wrote:
> quik will not autoboot on my PowerMac 4400, when left alone no timeout 
> will boot the machine automatically. I have to enter either a kernel 
> path or quik label name to start up. Just hitting enter I see this:
>    Enter the kernel image name as [device:][partno]/path, where partno is a
>    number from 0 to 16.  Instead of /path you can type [mm-nn] to specify a
>    range of disk blocks (512B)
>    boot:
> After entering something reasonable quik loads the specified image 
> (specified either by label name or path) just fine. 
> Setup looks like this:
> 	init-message="Debian GNU/Linux PowerPC (woody)"
> 	default=Linux
> 	timeout=100
> 	root=/dev/hda2
> 	partition=2
> 	image=/boot/vmlinux-2.4.20-ben10
> 		label=Linux
> 		read-only
> 		append="console=ttyS0,38400"
> 	image=/boot/vmlinux-2.2.20-pmac
> 		label=orig
> 		read-only
> 		append="console=ttyS0,38400"

Everything looks reasonable, I wonder if there is some issue
with whatever timing mechanism quik uses, on this machine. 
Even 0 does not work? 


Chris Tillman
- Linux Rox -

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