I swapped my PC164 over to the ARC firmware and was able to boot
MILO and the linux kernel with no problems at all. I guess that
the SRM firmware must be setting up (or not setting up) something
that is ticking off milo and aboot. Booting MILO from ARC did not
display any of the nasty Bios32 messages that were present when
booting it from the SRM console.
If I persue it any further, I'll post my results in case any future
list archeologists come down this path.
Dave Golden Invincible Technologies Corporation firstname.lastname@example.org
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