On Tue, Oct 10, 2000 at 15:29:27 -0400, Ben Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: [...] > What is the SCSI ID of the Linux disk? Sounds like you are trying to boot > one that isn't SCSI ID 3 (the default that SPARC tries to boot). just to clarify things, this is only valid for the sun4[cdm] architechture (and probably related to the openboot revision). all sun4u machines by default boot from SCSI ID 0. the best way to handle booting from multiple disks is to find the correct disk with show-disks-all, and then devaliasing those entries. you can then use the aliases with the boot command, and even use them for default booting. -- Thomas 'Mike' Michlmayr | ignorami: n: The BOFH art of folding problem <email@example.com> | lusers into representational shapes.
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