Subject: Re: hpcboot.exe hangs on Jornada 720
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Brad Spencer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/18/2004 20:13:01
Because I tried your hpcboot.exe and hpcboot.cnf and with my kernel it still
didn't work. But then after booting with JINSTALL.GZ (present on that ftp
server) I saw netbsd booting up and then sysinst (what a moment :). And then
I tried again: I invoked hpcboot.exe with the same configuration, only
changing JINSTALL.GZ to the kernel I compiled, and yeah, it worked!
Now I've overwritten your hpcboot.exe with the previous one, killed the
configuration (hpcboot.cnf) and tried the kernel I compiled and that
also works, surprisedely...
So I think that getting (howsoever) JINSTALL.GZ executed the old windows ce
configuration data has been killed and now it works without any problem,
Hmm, however, thanks again!!!
I think that I have seen this odd "won't boot sometimes", as well. What I
did was switched over to using a serial console for a boot and then
switching back to the LCD. I always figured that something didn't get set
correctly from the CE side.
Brad Spencer - email@example.com -- KC8VKS
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