probe-scsi give back? and is it an Ultra 1 5 10 etc...
y0ou may need to netboot ..
On Tue, 23 Nov 1999, Dave Burke wrote:
>> Am trying to get Redhat 5.2 onto an ultra sparc at the moment and having
> a few wee problems.
> I boot it up and hit break and get the ok: prompt. I then try
>> ok: boot cdrom
> Boot device: /sbus/SUNW,fas at e,8800000/sd at 6,0:f File and Args:
>> Can't open boot device.
>> I then tried to reset the NVRAM values:
> ok: set-defaults
> Setting NVRAM parameters to default values.
>> But still no luck. I can't even boot off the solaris 2.5 or 2.6 cds
> either, but if I let it run it'll boot grand off the HDD. I tried plugging
> in my external sparc CD-ROM, but I think she got very confused when I
> then tried to boot from the CD.
>> So my questions would be:
> 1. Is there anything I can do to get it to boot from the CD?
> 2. Failing that, how do I get it to ignore it's internal cdrom and boot
> off the external one?
>> The machine is a Sun Ultra 1 UPA/SBus and it's running OpenBoot 3.1, if
> thats any use. I tried to do a "test-all" but that just hangs at the
> "Transceiver check ---" prompt.
>> Any help, links, appreciated,
> Dave Burke, | dave at compsoc.com> System Administrator, | dave at medianet.ie> IT Tallaght Computing Society. |
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