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Re: HP ProLiant DL140 serial consola installation
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org, marc_(_at_)_msys_(_dot_)_ch
- Subject: Re: HP ProLiant DL140 serial consola installation
- From: Martin Bruns <martin_(_at_)_konahina_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 17:15:32 +0200
that was what I have done initially but then I fall back to 9600 but
I did not get anything on the console after 'set tty com0'. To make it clear
I can not use the serial nor the keyboard/monitor after that command.
A minute ago I continued to install the server via keyboard/monitor and one
of the last question is to enable the serial console com0 which I did.
following reboot the machine was also not accessible :-)
Any more ideas?
> Martin Bruns wrote:
>> I'm trying to install OpenBSD 3.7 on a HP ProLiant DL140 server via the
>> serial console.
>> I'm booting via pxeboot and I get the second-stage boot loader prompt on
>> the console.
>> But after entering "set tty com0", the serial line is nolonger
>> I was searching the net but could only find a different way, I'm a
>> newbie in OpenBSD.
>> Also initially I wanted to have console speed 115200 but that seems to
>> be more complicated.
> You can set the speed of serial console with 'stty com0 <speed>'.
> Enter it
> before changing the console.
> - Marc Balmer
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