Subject: Re: bfd syntax
To: C. Tate Baumrucker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rodrigo Fernandez-Vizarra <Rodrigo.Fdz-Vizarra@infonegocio.com>
Date: 11/12/2002 21:53:36
I had the same problem some time ago... I did a netboot (holding the
left and right buttons on the back of the Qube2 while powering up) of a
debian install image ... and fixed the partition. But of course you need
to be near the Qube2 :-)
Here is the info and the files
you only need to netboot the qube2, telnet to it and select the shell
option from the menu, then you'll be able to use fdisk
Hope I helps.
C. Tate Baumrucker wrote:
> Does anyone know the complete syntax for the Cobalt Raq2 boot command
> I've most of the posts and FAQ and have seen the "bfd kernel.gz
> nfsroot=nfsroot" command.
> This doesn't automatically cause my Raq2 to netboot, rather it tries
> booting from disk first.
> The problem is that my disk is whacked and causes the boot process to
> die in a db> prompt.
> I was previously able to specify tpl0 as the boot device, but after
> screwing up my disk via fdisk (d'oh), the system no longer gives me
> the option of specifying the boot device, goes straight to the disk,
> and crashes out to a db> prompt.
> I'm not currently in front of the system console now so I can't
> include the console output for analysis.