[nycbug-talk] OT- OpenBSD on Sun Netra
Thu Sep 2 09:32:30 EDT 2004
In addition to Anthony's way, if you have another OS installed on those
pizza boxes, drop miniroot36.fs into the swap slice and boot from b -
other easy way...cheers.
On Thu 2004.09.02 at 07:15 -0500, Anthony Sofia wrote:
> I run NetBSD on an ss5 pizza box, and I always do a network install. It takes
> maybe half an hour to get the services setup, booting via openprom is as
> simple as doing 'boot net', then pull down the system via ftp using the
> (I know I didn't answer your question, but incase you don't quickly find
> a cdrom drive you have other options =).
> On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 08:00:13AM -0400, michael said:
> >Off Topic
> >I want to load OpenBSD on some old Sun pizza boxes. It was suggested
> >that the easiest way is to get a CD drive and boot from that.
> >I'm looking for a Sun External SCSI CD.
> >Does anyone have one they want to sell me?
> >I'll come get it..
> >I found 2 on ebay but I don't want to wait a week.
> >p.s. here's machine info if curious...
> >UNAME : SunOS ns1 5.9 Generic_112233-02 sun4u sparc
> >KERNEL : 64-bit sparcv9 kernel modules
> >MEMORY : 256 Megabytes
> >BANNER : Netra t1 (UltraSPARC-IIi 440MHz)
> Anthony Sofia (anthony at dryhump.net)
> I'll take care of those murderous trolls.
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