Subject: Re: How can i boot *anything* on Sun Blade 100?

I already moved it there, but until the SSD was on the first bus, it did not
appeared. Now it does. "boot cdrom" already works. Too bad FreeBSD and Debian
freezes after boot and Solaris stucks in a forever read cycle.

Kevin Stabel <[email protected]> írta:
>What i think is going on ...According to this: 
> cdrom drive is not where it should be
>(it should be slave on the first bus).Thus the devalias for &quot;cdrom&quot;
>is wrong.OP, move the cdrom to the correct bus, as described in the
> reference sections 6.2.5 and 6.2.6You might not think this matters on these
>machines, but it does.On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 3:47 PM, John Paul Adrian
>Glaubitz [email protected]> wrote:On 04/10/2017 03:40 PM, transmail
>> I think, it was the SSD which confused the system. Now as SSD is alone on
>> the secondary
>> channel and on the primary, the HDD is the master and the DVD is the slave,
>> everything
>> is visible in &quot;probe-ide&quot; and &quot;boot cdrom&quot; works. But
>> boot FreeBSD and Debian 9 dies under
>> the boot procedure.
>If you want people to help you, you have to provide the boot messages from the
>console. Anything else ends up in a guessing game.
> .&#39;&#39;`.  John Paul Adrian Glaubitz<...

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