Subject: Re: other sun questions...
To: Daniel Garcia <>
From: Jason Thorpe <>
List: port-sun3
Date: 03/03/1996 08:10:30
On Sun, 3 Mar 1996 04:17:11 -0500 (EST) 
 Daniel Garcia <> wrote:

 >     >> NetBSD netboot [$Revision: 1.2 $]
 >     Requesting Internet address for 8:0:20:0:A7:35
 >     -
 > Ok - it figures out who/what it is.  It somehow (not sure how, using
 > RARP perhaps?) figures out that it's IP address is, and
 > then, using tftp, pulls over the NetBSD netboot from my machine.  Whee,
 > fun, cool.
 > However, in NetBSD netboot, it then hangs on that Requesting Internet
 > address for.....
 > Now, according to the bootp daemon on bitsy, no requests of any kind have
 > come in.  Is bootp under linux different from bootparamd?

Yes, bootparamd is very different from bootpd...but it looks like you're 
failing on the second rarp ... can you turn extra logging on in your rarpd?

There's been a process posted here before on how to boot your NetBSD/sun3 
system from Linux.  We probably ought to put it up on the NetBSD WWW 
server :-)

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