Re: Re: debian woody on Z800 help
- To: Gerhard Tonn <GerhardTonn@gammatau.de>
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- Subject: Re: Re: debian woody on Z800 help
- From: Doug Griswold <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 12 Apr 2003 14:49:12 -0400
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I finally got the script to work thanks to Stefan Gybas and Tonn
Gerhard. I wasn't passing the script the kernel version. Steps to get
the second initrd image were as follows.
1. Download OCO modules from IBM developer works
2. Download mkinitrd2.sh from people.debian.org/~sgybas
3. Put all files into same directory (don't unzip or untar them)
4. execute script passing it the kernel version "./mkinitrd2.sh 2.4.17"
I won't know if this works until the os/390 system people get the osa
card defined to the IFL lpar that I'm working on. This should be about
2 weeks from what they told me. I might need some more help then.
Thanks Very Much
On Sat, 2003-04-12 at 10:02, Gerhard Tonn wrote:
> On Saturday 12 April 2003 15:54, Doug Griswold wrote:
> > I have downloaded the oco modules from IBM website from the link that
> > you gave me and the mkinitrd2.sh script from the other link. I copied
> > the qdio and qeth modules to the same directory as the mkinitrd2.sh and
> > then executed the script. The debian s/390 install manual doesn't cover
> > this at all they only mention that you may need to create second initrd.
> > Here is what I get when kicking of the script. Also thanks a bunch for
> > helping me debian on s/390 is a different animal.
> This really needs some documentation.
> Here is what I did.
> Copy script and both tar.gz files to the same directory.
> tar zxf qdio-2.4.17-s390-1.tar.gz and
> tar zxf qeth-2.4.17-s390-1.tar.gz.
> mv qeth-2.4.17-s390-1.o qeth.o
> mv qdio-2.4.17-s390-1.o qdio.o.
> Then edit the script and delete 'lcs'. It used to be also OCO, but isn't any
> more. Then execute the script as root passing the parameter '2.4.17' .
> This is supposed to work. Let me know any success or failure.