Re: Unable to find /vmlinuz on an IPX
Is it SILO that is returning the error or the IPX's PROM parameters? Does the machine come up and say 'ok boot vmlinuz' and then choke?
When I first started playing with Sun machines I changed the PROM to point to vmlinuz and got the same error. I believe changing it to 'linux' did the trick. Unfortunately I'm several miles from my Sparc right now, so I can't check.
Thomas 'Balu' Walter wrote:
I just got an SparcStation IPX where I wanted to install Deb 2.2. (first
Everything seems to work great, but trying to reboot SILO states "could
not find /vmlinuz" (or similar).
So I think something is wrong with my silo-installtion... I rebooted
with the rescue-disk, got my shell and tried to install it myself using
silo -r /target
Which does not give me an error (/boot is sda1, / is sda2).
silo.conf looks like
Questions are - why is it not working, is the image=1/vmlinuz correct
and will I ever be able to find the question to the answer "42"?
Please also anwer to me personally as I am not subscribed to the list
PS: Main reason to install Deb is to get a starting-point for
a Sparc-LFS (http://linuxfromscratch.org)
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