OK, thanks for the info ...
I'll try with the newer rawhide version and I'll keep you informed ...
Best regards / Vriendelijke groeten / Cordialement,
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From: Guy Streeter <streeter(a)redhat.com>
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Date: 11/01/2004 18:04
Subject: Re: Fedora on IBM iSeries
On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 13:19, Guy Streeter wrote:
On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 02:25, fabian.arrotin(a)ibsbe.be wrote:
> Hi ,
> The iSeries box on which i want to install Fedora is a iSeries 810
> 4). I've already installed a Redhat 7.1 and a Suse
Entreprise 8.0 on
> machine (just for tests) in a LPAR.
> How can i launch the Fedora Setup on such box ?
> I remember that for the Redhat 7.1, i needed to
> - copy the vmlinux file on the IFS (Integrated File System) of the
> - configure the LPAR to boot from a STMF (Stream file) located
> of the iSeries file system
> - Vary on (power on) the LPAR on the iSeries
> - Kernel boots and launch the setup program (from that point, i
> the LAN and choose to install from an NFS server)
> So, do you think i just need for the Fedora to :
> - copy the files located here :
> on my iSeries
> - launch the LPAR like i did in the past for the Redhat 7.1 ?
I just tried this with the latest rawhide. The installer kernel oopsed
very early on.
This kernel oops is apparently fixed in rawhide now.
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