Can't modify my DoC anymore (pb with GRUB)
guillaume.david at mensi.com
Fri Dec 31 19:12:17 EST 1999
I just installed grub 0.90 on my disk-on-chip DOC2000 and so it boot from it
But it seems that loading the kernel fails and grub runs a minimal bash.
I don't understand anything with this bash.
The real problem is that I can't boot my development system on hda1 anymore
because the disk-on-chip firmware intercepts the boot sequence.
Moreover, I'm forced to let the disk-on-chip plugged if I want to correct it !
I tried all the options the bios setup was providing but it didn't seemed to
Can I erase the disk-on-chip firmware from this minimal bash ? or is there
any better solution?
I created the system as follow :
patch -p0 -i ../grub-0.90-doc-patch.txt
rm -f configure
cp stage2/pre_stage2 ~/mtd/grub
../util/nftl_format /dev/mtd0 98304
sfdisk /dev/nftla <<EOF
mount /dev/nftla1 /mnt/mtd
mkdir -p /mnt/mtd/boot/grub
cp -a /boot/vmlinuz /mnt/mtd/boot/
cat > /mnt/mtd/boot/grub/menu.lst <<"EOF"
kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/nftla1
../util/doc_loadbios /dev/mtd0 grub_firmware
PS : if needed, my mother board is a C17BP
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