I am having a small problem using zipl.
When I type "zipl -i image-2.4.17 -p /boot/parmfile -t /boot/zipl", it doesn't
take correct input from the parmfile. It produces a different parmfile with an
entry that looks like "dasd=0150 root=/dev/dasda2 noinitrd" which is not what I
specified in the original parmfile.
I am running s/390 Debian system with 2.4.17 kernel. zipl came with debian
"dpkg -l | grep s390\-tools
ii s390-tools 0.0.20020226-1 A set of fundamental utilities for Linux on"
Has anyone experienced this problem?
Thanks in advance for any help.
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