On Sat, Jun 30, Alberto magnus wrote:
Good afternoon Linux experts,
I have an apparently dumb problem rebooting my IBM RS/6k b50 running
SUSE 7.1 .
Doing this without keyboard, mouse and display (using a telnet terminal)
the machine come to 0c5 (LCD display) and stops waiting for an 'enter'
It seems a yaboot problem, in fact when the yaboot timeout occurs
yaboot issues an error message and asks " press enter to continue"....
(I connected a console to the box to be able to read the message obviously)
How many ext2 partitions do you have on the drive where the
/etc/yaboot.conf is? Its possible that yaboot looks on the wrong
partition for the kernel. Can it read the config file?
Put "partition = X" in /etc/yaboot.conf. X is the partition number with
Whats the exact error message?
$ man clone
Main feature not yet implemented...