Subject: 3000 install without serial console
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Bucketmouth Frogstump <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/08/2001 10:01:44
It's obvious that I need to get a life ...
I've just built a TCWSCONS-based install kernel, both to make it easier on
myself and to prove it could be done. It's REALLY REALLY untested. It may
sexually assault your pets, for all I know, so be careful with it. :) I've
netbooted it, and just plain booted it from the root of an existing
install - and it seems good. What I haven't done is tried it out as part of
a cdhdtape image.
That said, you can get it at
There's also a modified kern.tgz file in that directory that you should drop
in to your 1.5 binary install set - it's not a stock TCWSCONS kernel, but
it's the one I use on a daily basis and has never given me any problems.
It's also the home of the patched SFB X server binary. All in all, it's
probably a very interesting directory for 3000 owners. You should be able to
go from nothing to X without using a serial console.
If someone who is not me could verify that it works, that would be great.
It's all built from stock 1.5 release sources, except the X server.