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Re: SProgram terminated

On Tue, 9 Oct 2001, Peter Keel wrote:

> Out of a sudden, I get 
> Rebooting with command:                                               
> Boot device: /iommu/sbus/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/sd@1,0  File and args: 
> SProgram terminated
> Type  help  for more information
> <#0> ok go
> Program terminated
> <#0> ok    
> When trying to boot. I've been looking around; but all I could find
> were people having the same problem, but no solution. 

	This usually means the second half of silo (second.b) can not be
found where it used to be. Usually means that file /boot/second.b has been
moved, rewritten, or even deleted. Boot a rescue system, mount your root
partition, and then re-run silo (after making sure that /boot/second.b
exists of course). Something like the following should do it.

# mount /dev/{root} /mnt
# silo -r /mnt 
# umount /mnt
# reboot

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