Subject: Re: Powerbook G3 (3500) Installed Cannot Boot
To: Makoto Fujiwara <email@example.com>
From: S Lafredo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/13/2001 07:13:15
Searching through the arc I found a recommendation to a G3 owner to
Using this and my devaliases I was able to get this command to work...
I understand ata0 is my internal IDE HD alias but what is / and @0:0. I
know one of the 0's is the partiton but how do I decode the rest?
BTW, I am now up and running and have to find out how to find out the
DHCP address assigned to the machine by the router? Any ideas?
--- Makoto Fujiwara <email@example.com> wrote:
> S Lafredo> Using the OF prompt I have also tried...
> S Lafredo> boot ata0:0,netbsdboot ata0:0,/netbsd
> S Lafredo> boot ata0:0,NETBSD
> S Lafredo> boot ata0:8,netbsd
> S Lafredo> boot ata0:13,netbsd
> how about just
> boot ata0/ata-disk@0:0
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