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Re: OF question

On Tue, 4 May 2004 23:19:52 +0100
Adrian McMenamin <adrian@mcmen.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> I want to boot linux off sda2 which is on a disk with a scsi disk 0 id
> 0 lun 0
> How is this partition described in OF?
> Is it scsi/sd@1:0 (said to be the most common option) or something
> else?
it should be 'scsi/sd@0:2' (disk #:partition #), or maybe 'scsi/sd@1:2',
but if you want to use it in the OF 'boot-device', you'll need to set
'scsi/sd@0:0' (assuming the path is correct), because the first-stage
bootloader(which invokes quik) is loaded from the :0 'partition' (and
quik writes it there).

Simon Vallet
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