On Fri, Dec 08, 2000 at 12:39:21AM -0700, James Fowler wrote:
> You need to use the SRM boot disk images from whatever distro that you are
> using. The kernel is different for milo booting than SRM booting. Then
> when you are in SRM you can type 'show dev'. Your boot device will be
> your floppy drive. There are two disks a boot and a ram disk. When it
> prompts for the next disk, put in the ram disk.The command will look
> something like the following (if memory serves):
> boot dka0 -fi /generic.gz -fl"root=/dev/hda3 load_ramdisk=1"
Thanks a lot. 2 things:
1) it should be boot dva ( floppy device )
2) it booted fine for me even without load_ramdisk=1 flag. In which
cases is it actually mandatory?
Now that I'm not dead in the water any more, I'll leave worrying about aboot
installation on hard drive later.
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