Subject: Re: boot problems!
To: root <email@example.com>
From: None <>
Date: 07/05/2000 04:01:58
Issue the following command at the OpenBoot OK prompt:
what is "boot-file" set to?
On Wed, 5 Jul 2000, root wrote:
> i try to install Netbsd on a SS10 with two 1xGB disks, but there is a
> big problem:
> on sd@3 runs Solaris, the other disk is formated and partitioned. I did
> the following:=20
> i loaded the miniroot via ftp to my linux-pc, than i made a gunzip
> (under linux) and than i transfered all the files to my SS10, than i
> made "dd if=3D... of=3D/swap_partion_2ndDisk bs=3D32k and i get the recor=
> an out message, and everything looks fine!
> but: i cant boot from this partition with "boot disk swap_partition" and
> i don=B4t know why!!??? it alway writes the same massages:=20
> file not executable
> Bad filename
> its Bootprom Vers. 2=20
> what went wrong ??
> please help me - SOS
> Thomas M.