[rescue] E4000 installation
mvergall at pandora.be
Tue Jun 7 21:04:04 CDT 2005
I'm using a serial console it gets me to the ok prompt now since I switched to a serial console but afterwards I'm stuck ... also I think the cdrom drive is dead because it doesn't appear as a device in showdevs.
And the system dousn't have narrow scsi to test with an external drive...so I'm stuck.
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> [mailto:rescue-bounces at sunhelp.org]On Behalf Of Patrick Giagnocavo
> Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 3:43 AM
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> Subject: Re: [rescue] E4000 installation
> On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 03:11:24AM +0200, Michael Vergallen wrote:
> > I'm asking this because the maintenance led is blinking on both
> the cpu boards whereever I put them...what is the possible cause
> of that. Also the memory on the cpu boards are sitting wierd e.i.
> only half the banks are filled on each board. e.i. I have 2 Giga
> of memory
> > but only 1/2 the memory sockets on board one is filled and the
> same on board two also what is the sequence they should be installed ?
> > Michael
> I think you can pretty much put the boards in any order...
> You have 1GB in each board, and 2 boards = 2GB RAM.
> The every-other RAM placement is because you can have 2 way memory
> interleave on each board, giving you greater memory bandwidth.
> What error messages are you getting? Do you have a monitor and
> keyboard plugged in or are you using a serial console?
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