Re: SILO problems on an E450
On Fri, Jun 13, 2003 at 03:29:21PM -0400, Ari Pollak wrote:
> [ Please CC me on all replies ]
> I'm currently trying to install Debian on a Sun Enterprise 450 with a
> SCSI drive. OpenBSD's bootloader has worked fine in the past, but when
> trying to install silo, it seems that nothing ever gets written onto the
> disk; when booting, OpenBoot can't recognize any valid boot loader on
> the drive. I've tried versions of silo all the way up to 1.3.0, and
> not a single one of them ever prints an error; strace seems to show that
> silo is writing stuff to the disk, but booting is never successful. The
> disk can be written to perfectly fine, and can be mounted from the
> a SPARC netinst CD shell.
> Any suggestions? I'm really stumped on this and I've tried everything I
> could think of.
Are you sure that OBP is attempting to boot from the correct disk?
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