Re: How to boot a kernel?
On Saturday 20 December 2003 13:52, Paulo Pires wrote:
> You'll have to load a FTP bootimage to S/390 by tokenring. Since it's
> booted follow the steps of the instalation process! good luck :)
Ok, how do I do this? I don't yet have anything to IPL the s/390
Sorry, but I'm trying to learn and am beginning to realize I really know
nothing about these beasts.
> On Fri, 19 Dec 2003 13:43:08 -0500 (EST)
> Patrick Finnegan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > So, now I've got this S/390 sitting around. I don't have VM,
> > OS/390, or any other "OS" for it, and I definately don't have a
> > tape subsystem for it. I do, however, have the SE laptop inside of
> > the machine which can load 'images' into the machine and IPL them.
> > Is there some way that I can use that to boot a debian installer
> > image? Everything document I've seen wants a running copy of VM or
> > OS/390, or access to a tape subsystem to be able to boot.
> > And, yes, it's unlikely that I'll be able to get a tape subsystem
> > for it...
> > Thanks for any help.
> > Pat
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