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Re: Installation woes on Compaq Proliant 2000...
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Installation woes on Compaq Proliant 2000...
- From: Steve Shockley <steve_(_dot_)_shockley_(_at_)_shockley_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2004 22:36:29 -0400
Jeff Ross wrote:
FloppyB36.fs fails to find either the eisa nic that is installed, or the
SMART array. The system refuses to boot from the SCSI CD, failing with
Have you tried the other two floppies?
So, if anybody has a link to or a copy of the floppy based array
configuration tools for the Compaq Proliant 2000, please e-mail me. Or,
if anyone can think of a way to get OpenBSD on this rascal (with no nic
recognized, nor any of the disks, and can't boot from CD), I'd love to
may be part of your solution.
some diags you may find useful.
> SMART array. The system refuses to boot from the SCSI CD, failing
> with the message
> "CD ROM not bootable on this system
> Press any key to continue..."
bios0 at minbus0: AT/286+(69) BIOS, date 08/17/98
cac0 at eisa0 slot1 irq 15: Compaq SMART
cac0: CAC_CMD_GET_CTRL_INFO failed
That looks ominous, but try:
There's also updates for the drives:
Or maybe it's
it's hard to say which you need.
device: CPQ6101 at eisa0 slot 6 not configured
That's your NIC
device: CPQ4410 at eisa0 slot 9 not configured
That's your built-in SCSI.
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