Dag Bakke writes:
> As I understand it, you only need to partition the disk with the SGI tools
> (If this is wrong, please feel free to correct me.)
> Thus, you only need bootp and tftp to boot fx.
> To boot fx on the Indy from the prom monitor (command monitor) enter:
> setenv -p netaddr 123.456.789.123
> boot -f bootp()remotemachine:/path/to/stand/fx.ARCS
After endeavouring with the bootp/tftp options for a couple of hours I
finally managed to get sash or fx loaded. But I've seen lot of
rejected requests during this session from the i386 server. But what's
the next step ? Do I have to change the bootfile-entry in bootptab to
point to the next requested file ? (Ooops, I'm at work - so I don't
have access to my Indy, but after partitioning the disk the Indy
requested something like sash(NN).)
I will try it once again and write down my experiences.