[rescue] ultra 1 with weird errors
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at student.kuleuven.ac.be
Mon Jul 21 09:22:18 CDT 2003
On Monday 21 July 2003 15:04, William Enestvedt wrote:
> I used to see that error message on Ultra 10s when trying to boot a
> particular version of Solaris 2.6; instead, I needed to boot from an
> "Operating Environment CD". But it doesn't look like an Ultra 1 problem:
> I see another doc that mentions a corrupt bootblock, too -- have you
> investigated that? All the Sun reports mention a kernel that's trying to
> access memory in the wrong place, often as the result of a bad crash, or an
> OS installed onto a drive in one system that's simply moved to another
> system that is a different model.
> Is your dutchman honest & forthright enough to tell you what really
> happened to this computer? :7)
I don't know him personally. It seems like the machine has been an oversized
paperweight for a long time though, judging from a usenet post of him:
. It's possible he booted from the wrong cdrom. I mailed him and asked if he
could try booting from a freshly-dd'd linux floppy :) . Such a floppy doesn't
try to access nonexistant disks.
Frank Van Damme http://www.openstandaarden.be
"Je pense, donc je suis breveti."
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