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Re: Installation from Linux NFS
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Installation from Linux NFS
- From: "Mark Pecaut" <mpecaut_(_at_)_hotmail_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 21:23:18 PDT
I believe there have been other discussions of this recently, and I remember
someone saying that another driver conflicts with the ne* driver. Search
What I did for my ne card was this:
1) Find out your card's information, possibly through another os (i/o, irq,
2) When you boot, enter UKC by using the -c flag at the boot prompt
3) Change each ne* device to your card's known parameters. I did this for
all three, so they all three had the same settings. (I don't know if this
is good advice, but it worked for me.)
4) After booting and installing, and if it works ok, make it permanent with
the config command.
See the UKC and config man pages for more info.
I can't remember if UKC is available on the boot floppy - I installed from
From: Marko Cehaja <marko_(_at_)_magikomik_(_dot_)_de>
Subject: Installation from Linux NFS
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000 04:44:54 -0700
I would like to convert my computers to OpenBSD. They don't have any
sensible data on them, and they are connected in network with Debian
Network usually works fine.
I tried to install using the FTP and NFS method from the bootdisk 26,
but it doesn't start networking.
Let's say my GNU/Linux computer has local IP (magikomik.kosmos)
192.168.1.3, the new OpenBSD Server will have (seh.kosmos)
The network card NE1 is recognized. There is no need for DHCP, but I
don't know should I enable DNS for that local connection or not? How
it will work?
I keep getting error: Network device time out.
I cannot ping to OpenBSD, nor can I ping outside of the system.
Someone any clue about this?
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