Subject: Re: How can i boot *anything* on Sun Blade 100?
I would like to give it to you, but i cannot. When i booted Debian up and got
the black screen, i can switch to another console and i see /var/log/syslog,
but i cannot copy it. I tried to mount an USB key (Debian sees it as /dev/sdc
and even the partition is visible as /dev/sdc1), but when i try to mount it,
then it tells me, the file does not exists. And i have no idea how can i start
the network from there.
John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <[email protected]
>On 04/10/2017 05:43 PM, transmail wrote:
>> I already moved it there, but until the SSD was on the first bus, it did not
>> Now it does. "boot cdrom" already works. Too bad FreeBSD and Debian freezes
>> after boot
>> and Solaris stucks in a forever read cycle.
>I'm still waiting for an actual log for the Debian crash. I have been
>using Debian sparc64 on my own Sun Blade 100 as well and I don't
>remember any particular crashes. It's currently put on storage because
>I don't have enough space to set it up, so we need your boot log
>to be able to help with your problem.
> .''`. John Paul Adrian Glaubitz
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