On Sun, 13 Sep 1998, Thomas Riemer wrote:
> So've gotten the dz code to tell me that it thinks that it has opened
> the /dev/console device.
> In fact at this point, it goes all the way to trying to execute init -
> what do I have to do to get the kernel to execute the "hello" world
> program? What's the patch that I need to give it - or what do command
> line do I have to give the kernel?
I'll bet the program is on the ramdiskimage and to make the kernel
boot this the kernel needs 'boot=/dev/ram' as option. For example my
DECstations boot with:
boot 3/tftp -a boot=/dev/ram.
You can check and play around with the ramdisk image contents following
Haralds instructions on decstation.unix-ag.org.