Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > Ill put $100.00 US that you have an R4000 or R4400 Indy NOT an R4600.
> > The only system we have been able to boot is an R4600 with the kernel we
> > pulled down off ftp.
> Can you both guys fetch this kernel:
> and send me the output of the crash?
Well, when we got word yesterday that 4600's were working, we swapped
the CPU module on linux.detroit to an R400 and we are working that way
towards getting a bootable system.
We are still having problems getting a boot via nfs to work.
Things would be a whole lot simpler if we could mke2fs on a disk while
booting IRIX, mount it and copy all the stuff over before trying to boot
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