On Tue, Feb 02, 1999 at 03:51:47PM +0100, Alexander Graefe wrote:
> I got as far as booting Linux via bootp on my Indy, but after the
> remote root-fs is mounted, the kernel dies with an "Aieee" and
> something about irq request handler.
Ouch. It was actually supposed to work on Indys, regardless of the processor
type. Since it's no longer working things must somewhow got broken again.
I'll try to fix it but it's going to be hairy since I don't have an R4400SC
> I tried booting with the 2.1.131-Kernel from ftp.linux.sgi.com, but
> that one doesn't try to mount the root-fs via NFS.
> What kernel should I use to actually see a prompt on my Indy ?
Can you send me:
- the exact screen output. Especially the register dump following the
Aiee message is important.
- the output of the hinv command. Hinv is an IRIX command.
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