Subject: Re: Again: Booting a Vax-Server 3100 with NetBSD-1.4
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From: Brian D Chase <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/18/1999 14:32:21
Argh... I know was posted here eons ago when we first got the PIO SCSI
stuff working, but what's the boot syntax for using the built-in ROM I/O
routines for booting up NetBSD from SCSI disks?
On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, Jan Mueller wrote:
> After giving up to create a bootable tape, i tried netboot without
> success too. So i put the rz24 out of the vax and connected it to a
> Pmax (NetBSD-1.3.3) and labeled it :
> # disklabel -w -B -b /usr/mdec/hpboot /dev/rz2 rz24
> After that i newfs'd the partitions and
> untarred the binary-sets.
> Booting the disk in the vax gives this repeating error:
> 83 BOOT SYS
> ?50 SCB2NDINT, DKA200
> 85 RESTART SYS
> Isn't it possible to create a bootable disk for a vax with a
> Decstation or do i need a pmax-version of edlabel ?
> Or is my machine (VaxServer 3100, Model: DJ-31ESA-A, CPU: KA41,
> Series BA42B) not supported at all ?
Brian "JARAI" Chase | http://world.std.com/~bdc/ | VAXZilla LIVES!!!