What is the kernel error message you are getting? I was having problems
getting a second disk to work as sdb1 -- it seems to give a page fault (or
something like that) and about 10 lines of hex dump with an "Aiyee, Kernel
Panic" or some other funny message like that. When I only use one of the
drives it works fine. And I can use /dev/sdb2.
Once I start getting X up I'll try to figure out my disks problems a
little more... Right now, running 'X' gives the message
execve failed for /etc/X11/X (errno 8)
I tried copying over Xsgi from another indy but I got the same error
message. Any suggestions/any documentation?
On Mon, 20 Jul 1998, Dan Pinkard wrote:
> In either case, once I'm in, it cannot get past the fdisk screen. After
> choosing done on fdisk it immediately dumps the kernel info and I'm left
> with a very unresponsive machine.
> I'm thinking that it is likely due to a poorly partitioned drive... Using
> dsk0d4s1 and dsk0d4s7 as linux partitions I first used the old redhat 5.0
> installer for the irix mke2fs and fscke2fs and remade dsk0d4s7. I
> decided to follow through and let the installer dump the cpio image into
> dsk0d4s7. After several reboots I realized it would get farter running
> boot vlinux.2.1.99 root=/dev/sdc2 than anything else, but it, too, froze,
> asking for some init level. I assume it only needs to be passed as a boot
> param, so I moved on. (The goal was to verify the name of the partition,
> not to boot into the old installer)