Subject: Re: Netboot with Sun 3/60
To: Anders Toll <Anders.Toll.firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Henry W Miller <email@example.com>
Date: 09/02/1997 07:11:56
hmm... I think I once had that problem. check your read-write
permissions on systems files. My problem was my NFS server was squashing
requests from root to get files. it turned out that init was marked as
only readable by root on my fileserver, and it was refuseing to export
that file. making init publicly readable solved the problem. (eventially
I found the NFS option to turn root squashing off)
On Tue, 2 Sep 1997, Anders Toll wrote:
> Mats O Jansson wrote:
> > I think you could find useful information in the following HOWTO. It
> > is
> > written for vax but things like bootparamd should be the same for
> > sun3.
> > http:
> > /www.carpediem.com/~brianc/projects/vaxen/VAXstation-netboot-HOWTO
> Thank You! That info help me a lot!
> Now I have reach some closer to th goal!
> But - stopping (on the Sun) at
> root on le0
> swap on le0
> dump on le0
> nfs_boot: using network interface 'le0'
> nfs_boot: client_addr=0 ...
> nfs_boot: server_addr=0 ...
> nfs_boot: hostname=mose
> root on aron:/mnt/netbsd/
> swap on aron:/mnt/netbsd/swap_file
> and stopping. Nothing more. It seems to me that the Sun
> is looking for the miniroot program but can't find it.
> I created the swap-file with:
> dd if=/dev/zero of=/netboot/netbsd-vax/swap.file bs=4096 count=4096
> as written in the vax-howto.
> Someone have an idea?
> mvh Anders