FreeBSD 6.2 hangs on Sun Ultra 80
gilles.celli at ecgs.lu
Fri Feb 9 09:23:00 UTC 2007
Ok thanks, I am a little late for the reply, but I will try that
On Feb 8, 2007, at 10:54 AM, David Barbero wrote:
> Gilles Celli <gilles.celli at ecgs.lu> ha escrito:
>> I tried to install FreeBSD 6.2 via CD-ROM on a SUN Ultra 80 (2x
>> Ultrasparc-II at 450MHz / OpenBoot 3.23 / 1.2GB RAM) with Raptor GFX
>> monitor and keyboard.
>> After booting from the CD, it hangs with the following message:
>> * Nothing to autoload yet
>> * Jumping to kernel entry at 0xc0060000
>> and then hangs :-(
> This errors are caused with a not supported graphics card, i have
> the same problem with a enterprise 450.
>> Could it be due to the graphics-card ? Any work-around?
>> I've also read that you can boot in serial console mode...
>> But how do I do that ?
>> Any suggestions greatly appreciated,
> Yes, you can boot whit serial console, it's simple, disconect your
> keyboard and monitor on your SUN, and connect a serial cable to
> other machine, the Sun hardware when not detecting keyboard or
> video, it uses by defect the serial port to have control on the
> machine, in the other machine you need run a minicom or if you use
> Windos, hyperterminal.
> More info in:
> "Linux is for people who hate Windows, BSD is for people who love
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