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Re: Curious problem with a Sparc 20

Okay, I'm back. I had to take care of buisness.

A thought suddenly occured to me that I should try to reload Debian.
So I did and the message is no more. Apparently it was a bad load.

I now have a new problem. I was playing around with the Openboot 
settings and I set the "boot-file" parameter to vmlinuz and now it says that 
vmlinuz is in valid arg. How can I reset the Openboot settings back to factory 
setting. The "boot-file" parameter is blank in the default column. Surely 
there is a way.  Yep I kind of goofed it up!


On Saturday 12 July 2003 06:45 pm, Ben Collins wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 13, 2003 at 02:02:32AM -0000, woodland@a1above.net wrote:
> > (Grammar errors fixed)
> > Greetings all
> >
> > I have curious problem with a SparcStation 20
> > that just got hold of. It seemed to load Debian ok
> > but when it reboots after the install it gives
> > me the following message at post:
> >
> > Level 15 Interrupt
> > Type help for more information
> > <#0> ok
> What version of Debian did you install? Do you know which kernel version
> was installed?
> Does it not even get to the SILO prompt on reboot? Also, paste your
> partition map.

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