Re: Problem Installing Debian 3.0r1 on HP Visualize C3700 workstation
On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 01:47:06PM -0500, Kaplan, Andrew H. wrote:
> Hi there --
> I am experimenting with Debian 3.0r1 and have a Visualize C3700 workstation.
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> I have downloaded the
> HPPA images and have gone through the motions of installing the operating
> system. What happens
> is the following:
> I insert the CD into the system and interrupt the boot process. I then run a
> SEArch on the system
> for the appropriate drives. The CD-ROM and hard drive (located in FWSCSI.6.0)
> are detected. I then
> type in BO P0, P0 being the 'path' for the CD-ROM drive, to boot from the CD.
> The system appears
> to begin the install process but then the screen goes black. After a minute what
> appears to be a
> screen dump of some kind appears onscreen. There is no further action that takes
> place, and the
> only recourse I have is to reboot the system.
> I have also simply inserted the CD and booted up the system, with the results
> being the same as
> those listed above.
> Has anyone seen this problem and been able to overcome it? Thanks.
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