> On Fri, Oct 16, 1998 at 09:46:59PM +0200, Ulf Carlsson wrote:
> > I thought the bootp command was loaded from the IRIX partition, because it
> > didn't work when I removed the IRIX harddrive, atleast it didn't with my
> > old
> > PROM. It claimed that it couldn't find the bootp() command - maybe I'm
> > out of
> > my mind, I'll check next time I remove the cover...
> bootp() is just a ARC filename which is either interpreted by the PROM
> command interpreter or by sash where sash afaik is nothing other than the
> PROMs compiled with special flags.
That is, bootp() is part of a path. There is no bootp command.
sash, unlike most PROMs, has one or more (read-only) disk file
systems bound into it. On Indy, older sash versions can read efs volumes,
and newer ones can also read xfs volumes.