Subject: Re: Netbooting a 9000/330 from an i386/1.1A
To: Scott Reynolds <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Sean Berry (most of the time) <email@example.com>
Date: 02/22/1996 21:08:11
>On Thu, 22 Feb 1996, Sean Berry wrote:
>I'm not sure what this is, but you could start debugging by running
>rpc.bootparamd with the -d flag. I'm assuming that it's started up
>already; edit /etc/netstart if it's not, it should be fairly obvious.
>Also, make sure that /etc/netstart and /etc/rc agree on the name of the
>variable used to say whether to start it or not.
These tips allowed me to get it working. Thanks. My HP is on the net, and
I'm now cruising for a bigger machine. :)
(ps) don't uncomment mountd in inetd.conf, and remember to MAKEDEV your
devices. unfortunately my serial console's 'm' key isn't working.
Sean Berry is a computer scientist trapped in an engineer's mind.
I imagine someone is likely to misinterpret my opinions as those of my
various employers. This is not the case.