[parisc-linux] Re: hppa binutils/glibc updates

Albert Strasheim fullung@ilink.nis.za
Wed, 7 Nov 2001 00:38:02 +0200

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Whoohooo. I bootstrapped my SCSI disk by hand (took a while; thank
goodness for Perl and sed).

And now... it just works! :-) Almost.

I can boot single-user mode with /sbin/init, but if I boot multi-user
(runlevel 2), everything starts fine up until cron comes up -- then
minicom goes Offline and the system is MIA. I currently still have
start-stop-daemon replaced with /bin/true, so I don't know why it's even
doing much. Now that I think about it, it might be something that comes
after cron. The getty perhaps? What needs to get configured here to make
it work with serial console?

bash-2.05# uname -a
Linux bob 2.4.9-pa70 #13 Wed Nov 7 00:25:29 SAST 2001 parisc unknown

apt-get install works. ls works. tar works. lynx works. Gonna try gcc
now. I think I can find some source to compile.

Thanks again Alan and Randolph. And thanks Matt. And thanks Debian. And
thanks HP... muhehehehehe.



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