I have a AS200 4/233 with 144MB ram with 2 4GB SCSI HD
and a 40xSCSI CDROM. I wish to use SRM since I want a
dual boot system with Linux / Tru-64 on separate
I used the following command to install Linux from
CDROM: boot dka200 -file kernels/generic.gz -flags
It gave me the standard prompts and installed the
software on /dev/sda. Here are my partitions:
/ 500MB /dev/sda2
/boot 25MB /dev/sda1
/swap 192MB /dev/sda5
/usr 875MB /dev/sda6
/var 300MB /dev/sda7
/home 1000MB /dev/sda9
Installation completes but when it reboots I get the
>>> prompt. I tried the command:
boot dka0 -file vmlinux.gz root=/dev/sda1
as well as each partition number but it won't boot.
Whatever help you can provide would be appreciated.
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