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Re: silo boot problems


I tried it:
setenv auto-boot? false

the system started again, after reboot. The problem lies in the SILO.
The SILO starts I get the following messages:

Rebooting with command: boot

Boot device: disk1 File and args: /platform/sun4u/kernel/sparcv9/unix

Cannot find /platform/sun4u/kernel/sparcv9/unix (Unknown ext2 error)
Image not found.... try again


Here I'm in the SILO I guess. I can choose from the images in
But I would like to rid of the error message...


	From: Glenn.Haase@completel.de
	Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2000 05:28:37 +0200 

	though i'm not on the debian list, i read your question.

	did you set the POM-option auto-boot to false? (check with printenv)
	this stops the machine from booting immidiately and you get the ok
	prompt. from this point you can give the commands:
	boot disk3 linux       or
	boot disk0 vmunix    or whatever

	this is probably one way, there may be others.

	mfg	g. haase

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