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Problems booting Indigo...

To: linux@cthulhu.engr.sgi.com
Subject: Problems booting Indigo...
From: Jan-Benedict Glaw <jbglaw@lug-owl.de>
Date: Tue, 30 May 2000 03:29:58 +0200
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Hi!

I've now build a kernel which I would like to test on my Indigo;) The
problem is that I can't load it;( I tried bootpd as well as ISC dhcpd.
The result is actually just the same:

>> bootp()parkautomat:/tftpboot/vmlinux.ip12                                    
No server for parkautomat:/tftpboot/vmlinux.ip12                                

I tried to do with "parkautomat:", with IPs ("192.168.1.4:"), I leaved
the server totally off the string, I used bootpd and dhcps with rfc1048,
with cmu (bootpd), I checked the "SQE dip switch" at the AUI->10baseT
transceiver. setenv/unsetenv netaddr didn't make a difference, too...
I checked dozends of combinations, but there's no server seen by the
Indigo;(

/etc/bootptab:
ip12:\
        :ht=ethernet:\
        :ha=08006906ba2e:\
        :bs=auto:\
        :vm=cmu:\
        :ip=192.168.1.3:\
        :sm=255.255.255.0:\
        :sa=192.168.1.4:\
        :bf=vmlinux.ip12:\
        :to=7200:
        
tcpdump shows:

[root@parkautomat:/root] #> tcpdump -i eth0 -n
tcpdump: listening on eth0
01:46:03.979150 arp who-has 192.168.1.3 tell 192.168.1.3
01:46:03.979864 192.168.1.3.68 > 255.255.255.255.67: xid:0xa0d5 secs:5 
C:192.168.1.3 [|bootp]
01:46:03.982352 192.168.1.4.67 > 255.255.255.255.68: xid:0xa0d5 secs:5 
C:192.168.1.3 Y:192.168.1.3 S:192.168.1.4 [|bootp] [tos 0x10]
01:46:08.408974 192.168.1.3.68 > 255.255.255.255.67: xid:0xa0d5 secs:10 
C:192.168.1.3 [|bootp]
01:46:08.411526 192.168.1.4.67 > 255.255.255.255.68: xid:0xa0d5 secs:10 
C:192.168.1.3 Y:192.168.1.3 S:192.168.1.4 [|bootp] [tos 0x10]
01:46:13.408851 192.168.1.3.68 > 255.255.255.255.67: xid:0xa0d5 secs:15 
C:192.168.1.3 [|bootp]
01:46:13.411166 192.168.1.4.67 > 255.255.255.255.68: xid:0xa0d5 secs:15 
C:192.168.1.3 Y:192.168.1.3 S:192.168.1.4 [|bootp] [tos 0x10]
01:46:18.408664 192.168.1.3.68 > 255.255.255.255.67: xid:0xa0d5 secs:20 
C:192.168.1.3 [|bootp]
01:46:18.411001 192.168.1.4.67 > 255.255.255.255.68: xid:0xa0d5 secs:20 
C:192.168.1.3 Y:192.168.1.3 S:192.168.1.4 [|bootp] [tos 0x10]

So there are four requests, four replys, but none of them seems to be
seen;( Can anybody tell me how to boot the kernel? The "Diskless
Workstation Administration Guide" didn't help a lot... Maybe I can
(if nothing else helps...) boot the kernel through the tape? If so,
how di I have to put the kernel onto the tape? How to load it off?

MfG, JBG
PS: Hacking the kernel was done in one evening, trying to boot it costed
    dome days...

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