On Sun, Jul 09, 2000 at 03:34:17PM -0700, Bryan Manternach wrote:
> A fourth means is to change the nvram to boot the file you want.
> Leave /unix there,and call your linux kernel something like /linux2.2.0
> and change the "kernname" nvram.
The problem with the nvram vars is the non-availability on
the Indigo2 which is not capable of storing arbitrary vars
or arbitrary content in existing vars.
I would prefer a "SILO" the Sparc Linux LOader which is capable
of reading an ext2 filesystem, getting its config from there
and loading the kernel from an ext2.
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