Paul Oertel (email@example.com)
Mon, 12 Jul 1999 23:15:24 +0900
Thanks for the tip. The ramdisk.gz image did the trick. I got all the way
through the install but I could boot into my new Linux system.
Near what I think is the end of the boot process I got the following error
mount -t ufs -o ufstype=sun/sunx86/44bsd/old/nextstep/openstep...
Wrong ufstype may corrupt your filesystem default is ufstype=old
Kernel panic: VFS: unable to mount root fs on 03: 0c
Can anyone shed some light on this problem? I feel I'm almost there.
Thanks for the help.
At 9:54 PM 99.7.11, Urs Hochstrasser wrote:
> I forgot to mention: you must also use a ramdisk image downloaded
> from the ydl site, the one on the CD won't do. Download the image
> updcd_ramdisk.image.gz from the 'updates/champion-1.0/install/'
> directory. Rename it to 'ramdisk.gz' before you boot. This should do
> the trick.
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