Re: Whats the trick to keep a Ultra 2 booting?
One of the things I forgot to mention is that I am using
the 2.6 kernel with Sarge.
On Saturday November 20 2004 1:38 pm, Geert Stappers wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 20, 2004 at 07:15:42AM -0700, Walt L. Williams wrote:
> > Greetings all
> Hello all,
> > I have been trying to load Sarge onto an Ultra 2.
> > I have tried several things in an effort to load so
> > it will boot.
> > I seems to load ok after I do the modprobe work
> > around. But when the system goes to re-boot
> > it comes up and starts to run silo and promptly
> > terminates "Program terminated"
> > In the partitioning I have set the boot flag to on,
> > then left it off. That didn't make any difference.
> > I pulled the second CPU thinking there was
> > something wrong with the SMP kernel. This
> > also didn't make any difference. I've even selected
> > the ext2 in the partitioning. That also didn't
> > make any difference.
> > Any thoughts?
> Mmmm, http://bugs.debian.org/267428 is still open.
> > My system is an Ultra 2 with 256MB of ram
> > and dual 200MHZ processors. It has a 9GB
> > and an 18GB hard drive it it. I am hoping to
> > make a web server out of it. It was loaded
> > with Debain 3.0r0 .
> > Any comments will be appreciated.
> Try http://www.stappers.nl/gst/pool/main/s/silo/silo_1.4.8-1.01_sparc.deb
> and tell us your milage.
> > Walt Williams
> Geert Stappers
> # md5sum silo_1.4.8-1.01_sparc.deb
> 5a5dfbb8192b6a9e04bff25b37e9eed6 silo_1.4.8-1.01_sparc.deb