On Tue, Nov 23, 1999 at 02:21:54PM +0000, Dave Burke mentioned:
> ok: boot cdrom
> Boot device: /sbus/SUNW,fas at e,8800000/sd at 6,0:f File and Args:
> Can't open boot device.
That looks like the device alias (set by the "devalias" command" doesn't
point to a working CDrom. Run "probe-scsi" to see what's there. It should
come up on SCSI ID 6. Set an external CDROM drive to SCSI ID 5, and see can
OK boot /sbus/SUNW,fas at e,8800000/sd at 5,0:f
> 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.
Er, looks like it's broken then ? Just see what probe-scsi gives us back,
then we'll see what we can do.
Were there ever any PCs with OpenBoot PROMs ?
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