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Re: booting the correct disk

Thanks Koen,

setenv boot-device disk

did the trick!

On to the next hurdle!


At 12:42 PM 2/16/2004, Koen Vermeer wrote:
On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 21:21, Alex Flores wrote:
> I would like to know what I need to do to have my box boot up the correct disk.
> When the system first boots up it, I am assuming it's not booting up the
> correct disk...
> I have to type: boot disk
> In order for it to boot up.  After this, it does read the silo.conf file
> and boots up what is defined there after the timeout of 100.
> Any help is appreciated.

I'm not an expert, and I'm not sure I understood your question
correctly. However, I think you have to set 'auto-boot?' to true and
'boot-device' to disk. To do that, type at the 'ok'-prompt after

setenv auto-boot? true
setenv boot-device disk


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