Re: Something is wrong with SILO v. kernel image on Debian3.0r0sparcbin-1 CD
That seems to do work from the boot prompt.
But I do not have yet a system so there is now / (root) and since this
is bypasses the silo.conf (it seems) it quits at the end of booting the
So how I can do the install this way, I mean how the initrd will be
loaded and from where. Or can I do the install with the rescue label
Sorry, asking this details, I am not new to linux at all but never had
any problem this kind (with lilo or grub).... also this is my first
attempt of installing debian.
I am an avid Slackware user. I installed slack on anything from 386dx,
Dual Pentium Pro, all kinds of Pentiums, laptop (486SX) from floppy,
over nfs anything you can thing of. I still like Slack but Patric
stopped the Sparc port for some time...
Thanks in advance,
PS the final solution would probably to burn my on ISO (which I wanted
to avoid so I just ordered one
Hartwig Atrops wrote:
The sparc64 image seems to be not gziped. Type in
at the silo promt.
Fixed in 3.0r1.
On Tuesday 22 July 2003 20:11, Gabor Szilagyi wrote:
I am trying to "migrate" a ULTRA10 machine from Solaris to Debian 3
(like linux better).
When I boot from the CD (Debian3.0r0sparcbin-1) I get an error message
can not find /boot/sparc64.gz
I did look at the files and silo.conf does point to that file under
under label linux (not under rescue though).
Is there a workaround ???
I paid for the CD for Linux-Central but this is not their fault I guess.
Any help would be appreciated. At least someone let them know that it is
the wrong image !!!
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