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Re: Openboot question -- Solution

I asked this question. After doing a large amount of pocking around 
on the Web I found the answer. "Stop" (L1) "N"; hit it at just the right 
moment and the nvram will be reset back to the defaults. 


On Wednesday 16 July 2003 8:57 am, W wrote:
> Greeting all
> I had another problem with my Saprc 20 that I fixed. I was playing around
> with the Openboot settings trying to get this other (now fixed) problem
> cured 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!)
> Any help would be appreciated.

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