Re: Problem booting Sun Blade 100 with Debian install media
Ben Collins wrote:
I hooked up a serial terminal instead. The kernel booted, but after the
root file system was mounted there were no more messages, so I guess the
installation program output is going somewhere else.
If you connect a serial cable, you must disconnect the keyboard.
which I did (or used console=ttya), but the point was that I got all
the kernel messages on the serial terminal up to the point where the
root filesystem was mounted, but I did not see anything from dbootstrap.
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