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Re: [PATCH v2 4/5] Patch the CHRP boot script

When I tried to send this (with an attached zip file of the output of my test script) to the PowerPC list, I got a bounce message back saying I’m not allowed to send attachments to the list.

So… If you want to see the output of the below script send me an off-list request and I’ll mail it to you individually.

Is there a better way?


On Nov 27, 2017, at 3:21 AM, Rick Thomas <rbthomas@pobox.com> wrote:

> On Nov 20, 2017, at 10:51 PM, Frank Scheiner <frank.scheiner@web.de> wrote:
>> On 11/21/2017 02:48 AM, Rick Thomas wrote:
>>> If you can tell me *exactly* what to do, and I don’t have to set up an installation environment to do it, I’ll be happy to test ofpathname vs ofpath vs devalias on my PowerPC test machine farm.
>> Well, to be on the safe side, I think you need to use the latest versions of ofpath and ofpathname, hence running Debian Sid could be the easiest way to make sure this is the case.
> OK,
> I’ve got a firewire disk I can boot on a variety of G4 machines.  And a shell script that (I think) gets the information you need for each machine.  Please let me know if I’m missing anything that would improve the usefulness of the script output.  Or anything else I could get.
> I have output for two machines:
> Dil is a PowerMac G4 533
>    https://everymac.com/systems/apple/powermac_g4/specs/powermac_g4_533.html
> Lil is a Mac mini G4 1.25GHz
>    https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/specs/mac_mini_g4_1.25.html
> There are others, if you think they can help.  I also have a couple of G5 machines I could do the same thing for when we’re done with the G4s.  (Only one firewire disk)
> Enjoy!
> Rick

=============== begin script ===============

set -x



ls -l /dev/disk/by-id

ofpath /dev/sda2
ofpathname /dev/sda2

ofpath /dev/sdb2
ofpathname /dev/sdb2

ofpath /dev/sdc2
ofpathname /dev/sdc2

cat /proc/cpuinfo
=============== end script ===============

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