Mike Shaver wrote:
> Thus spake Eric Kimminau:
> > Has anyone completed a HOWTO for booting from a second local disk yet?
> Do you have a root-mountable filesystem on the second disk?
> If so:
> - put vmlinux on the IRIX /
> - boot into sash
> boot /vmlinux root=/dev/sdb1
> (This is from memory, but it was pretty simple. Once Miguel told me
> how simple it was, of course. =) )
OK, this IS simple enough. Does anyone have a tar of a functional Linux
installation I can snag and uncompress on my second disk?
My assumption would be I would then just modify
/dev/sdb1/etc/hosts,hostname, etc. for networking and then reboot into
If someone can throw up a tar somewhere Ill come get it and
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