Dave Gilbert <email@example.com> writes:
> I'm trying to boot my Indy into Linux for the first time and not having
> any luck.
> 1) I tried bootp - bootp()vmlinux - it says 'no server for vmlinux'. The
> bootp server is a Linux/Alpha box running 2.4.0-ac9 - I've already done
> the trick with no_pmtu. tcpdump shows bootp sending a packet with
> apparently the correct mac address.
I have the same problem serving bootp from my i386 2.4.0 box. bootp
with kernel 2.2.x on the same box works. And it is only the bootp from
the command console that is failing. the bootp part later on in the
kernel is working from the 2.4.0 box.
Christoph Martin, Uni-Mainz, Germany
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