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kabagak at linuxmail.org
Thu Mar 4 06:37:33 CST 2004
I am experiencing a problem booting up a Suun Ultra UltraSPARC-IIi box running Solaris.
When booting, just after displaying the boot message(banner), I get the following error repeated many times scrolling down the screen.
INITSH: /dev/console^M: cannot open INITSH: /dev/console^M: cannot open INITSH: /dev/console^M: cannot open
To me,this looks like whatever reference was meant to point to /dev/console is now pointing to /dev/console^M.
I dont know how to mount the disk itself.
probe-scsi-all shows no devices which to me initially implied that the disks were not recognised.
However show-devs has a reference to an ide disk, '/pci at 1f,0/pci at 1,1/ide at 3/disk'.I assume this is a reference to an ide disk.
Looking at the properties of this device :
dev /pci at 1f,0/pci at 1,1/ide at 3/disk
disk:a disk:b net
/pci at 1f,0/pci at 1,1/ide at 3/disk at 0,0
When I run a test-all, the test hangs at 'Internal loopback test'
When I run watch-net-all, the Internal loopback test passes but Transciever check hangs the system.
Do you have any idea how to solve this? Or the real cause of the system?
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