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Ultra 30 Sarge boot problem

As mentioned before, I'm having problems booting Sarge.  Jurij 
Smakov asked me to check devalias in openprom.  I did this and found 
the following: 
disk and disk0 both point to ..../scsi@3/disk@0,0 
linux points to ..../scsi@3/disk@0,0e (note the 'e' at the end) 
When SILO tries to boot on power-up, it fails.  This is because the alias 
appears to be incorrect.  When I type boot disk, Sarge springs to life :-) 
).  Red Hat 6.2 didn't seem to have a problem with this, but Sarge 
seems to.  Does anybody know how I can change this?  Would I have 
to manually point the linux label to the disk path that works, or perhaps 
something completely different? 
Thanks for your anticipated help. 


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