Subject: Re: alphaserver 2100 install
To: Manuel Bouyer <>
From: CHOI Junho <cjh@kr.FreeBSD.ORG>
List: port-alpha
Date: 10/29/2001 20:24:56
>>>>> "MB" == Manuel Bouyer <> writes:

    >  That's more than 3 months old now, but it is a -current snapshot.
    >  Whether that one has 2100 support or not, I don't know.

    MB> If not, you can try to netboot

    MB> I compiled it from -current a few days ago.

Thanks. I tested with it but it hangs again after displaying this:
 <some netboot message of bootp, tftp, nfs root mount>
 boot: server path: /..../netbsd/root
 5338864+325792 [85+320952+191716]=0x5e4608

 Entering netbsd.alpha.gz at 0xfffffc00003012e0...
 [using 513656 bytes of netbsd ELF symbol table ]

I used netboot of 1.5.2. And nfs root has nothing other than this
kernel - I just want to see the kernel boot first before mounting
root. Am I doing something wrong?

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