On Sat, May 27, 2000 at 02:51:06PM +0200, Ulrich Teichert wrote:
> >> Is vmlinux still world readable (chmod a+r vmlinux)?
> >[Forgot to send the answer to the list as well]
> >It is world-readable. The problem is that there's no attempt to fetch
> >the kernel via tftp at all. 3 bootp requests, three replys. This indicates
> >that the Indigo doesn't like the reply or that the box thinks that it
> >is the "wrong answer"... So I think there's something wrong with my
> >bootptab setup:
> > :td=3D/tftpboot:\
> > :hd=3D/tftpboot:\
> > :ht=3Dethernet:\
> > :sm=3D255.255.255.0:\
> > :ha=3D08006906BA2E:\
> > :ip=3D192.168.1.3
> Looks good to me. Perhaps this is the infamous SQE-detect DIP-switch
> off bug? I've never seen an Indigo, but do you use an AUI->10base2
> ethernet transciever?
I use AUI->10baseT. SQE-detect DIP switch doesn't tell me a lot (read:
nothing...), but I remember there are 2 dip switches at the transceiver...
But I also remember that we used exactly that transceiver with that Indigo
once before for bootp/tftp'ing...
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