Re: Debian-Sparc on a Sun Ultra10
I had the same problem on my Blade 1000, and Jurij kindly pointed my at
the solution, so I'll quote:
"This is a known problem. Kernel 2.6.30 incorrectly reported machine
type to the installer, so SILO was installing incorrect bootloader
(intended for 32-bit machines) during the installation, causing this
boot failure. See the following message:
which includes a workaround for it. It will get fixed automatically
once we get newer kernel for the installer images, daily images might
already have 2.6.32, which should work out of the box."
On 31/03/2010 10:53, philo wrote:
> |Fast Data Access MMU MISS
> i have a same problem, it 's about silo error, it work on 32bit,
> i don't know how to activate 64bit.....
> see you
> M. S a écrit :
>> i have a Sun Ultra 10, 440mhz UltraSparc IIi CPU + 1gb Ram + 60gb
>> After the Install via Netboot, i type boot disk, and i became this Error:
>> |Booting with command: boot disk
>> Boot device: disk
>> Fast Data Access MMU MISS
>> Solaris 10 works fine, i think the Hardware is okay, but i dont know
>> how i can start Debiansparc.
>> What i have to do to start Debian-Sparc.
>> So Long
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