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Re: Success at last...

To: Alex deVries <>
Subject: Re: Success at last...
From: Leon Verrall <>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 1998 16:52:50 +0100 (BST)
Cc: SGI Linux <>
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On Fri, 4 Sep 1998, Alex deVries wrote:

> > FInally got rid of the "Warning, unable to open console" message. I think I
> > managed it by not letting IRIX anywhere near the tarball of hard hat.
> > Downloaded and extracted entirely on Debian Linux.
> This is really weird.  Can you explain in greater detail what you changed
> to make sure that it worked?

Erm. not really I'm afraid... Thinking about it the only real difference
that I can think of was I had a keyboard/mouse installed. Before I was using
a vt100 terminal. I realise that should work but maybe a missing keyboard
caused it to barf? 

I could have untearred the tarfile from an nfs mount onto the linux box
before but I can't see that having an effect... 

Any ideas on the console size thing? This could just be a cofiguration thing
I've never bothered to look at before on linux but I can't see where... 


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