Today, I tried to boot Linux on my Indy with an NFS mounted
root. Failed again. Here's what I did:
1. Installed the root tree on machine 192.0.2.15, in /disk4
2. Configured bootp on machine 192.0.2.3 so that it could inform
my machine that it's address is 192.0.2.2.
3. Rebooted my machine
4. Went to sash.
So far, so good.
5. The linux kernel booted, and said:
Root-NFS: Got BOOTP answer from 192.0.2.3, my address is 192.0.2.2
Root-NFS: Adding default route failed!
Root-NFS: Unable to contact server ...
Anybody knows why it couldn't add a route ?
I'm using the following kernel:
I'm going to try an older one.