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SILO problem

Jeffrey Ebert writes:
 > I have a headless Sparc2, and I have succeeded in getting Debian running
 > on it. My problem is that the silo doesn't want to boot automatically.
 > It just sits there forever waiting for me to press the enter key. I
 > don't want to open the serial console every time I turn it on. I have
 > set the timeout to 0, removed the timeout line, tried various things
 > with the default= line, but nothing has worked. Any ideas?

Well I got the same problem and I have reported long ago without
getting any answers. But putting timeout=0 works for me (albeit that
this excludes dual boot). Here is my silo.conf file:


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