Re: classic & sparc2 install reports (was: Re: problems potato.)
> chmod: /etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory
I'll have to check into that one. Was this after reboot or during install?
> Still problem with apt & non-US mirror site: cannot specify one other than
> non-us.debian.org even in manual mode (bug already filed).
This would be a bug in base-config, which I think is getting resolved.
> First install of base-files told me to replace /etc/motd conf file. Not so
> good. I guess it was because out of sync 2.2.10 boot-floppies.
Yes, the latest base-files contains a newer motd. So this wont be a
problem in the released set of boot-floppies.
> > > Here aswell: I'll look into this in about a week or so...
> > Thanks, I'de appreciate more feedback on the IPC problem. So far I haven't
> > noticed anything on any of my sun4c's.
> It's a no go on my sparc2 too (64MB, serial console, 420MB HD):
> ok boot net
> Boot device: /sbus/le@0,c00000 File and args:
> Booting Linux...
> System hangs ;((
All of our problems seem to stem from sun4c (more so on IPC than anything
else). What happens if you tell it to boot the linux-a.out file from the
sun4cdm directory in boot-floppies 2.2.10? You can do something like this:
boot le() root=192.168.0.2:/tftpboot/debian-root-sparc/ ip=192.168.0.3
...where 192.168.0.2:/tftpboot/debian-root-sparc/ is an NFS server with
the root.tar.gz tarball unpacked on it. Perhaps the problem is in the
kernel, but I want to make sure
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