On Wed, May 31, 2000 at 04:23:59AM -0400, Chris Ruvolo wrote:
> On Tue, 30 May 2000, William Fisher wrote:
> > Ok, I looked at the ARCS prom code for the Indy series machine
> >aka an IP22
> > in SGI hardware speak.
> Thanks for looking this up for us. The port 69 issue was
> speculation on our part. I've been talking with someone that has the boot
> PROM working with tftp, and it doesn't use port 69 exclusively. Unless
> the tftp code changed with different PROM versions, I think we can rule
> that out.
I hacked the BSD tftpd last night (-> standalone and send from #69) but
you're right. It makes no difference at all. This morning, I played with
the transceiver again -- 2 switches, 4 possibilities. Tested all, but
no success. Some two month ago I booted that Indigo over net (okay, it
crashed immediately;) but the only difference is that we used a switched
port there... It's brain-dead, but I'll fetch a switch from my old school
and test it...
PS: Is there a way to boot the linux kernel off DAT tape or from local
HDD? If so, HowTo?
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