Peter Stuge peter at stuge.se
Fri Oct 12 12:15:50 CEST 2007

On Fri, Oct 12, 2007 at 03:54:12PM +0800, Morgan Tsai wrote:
> I got a problem. When I connect an existing FC6 hdd on GA-2761GXDK,
> the message is:
> Jumping to boot code at 0x10dbf4
> FILO version 0.5 (morgan at cvs.sis.com) Mon Oct. 8 16:42:41 CST 2007
> Press <Enter> for default menu.lst (hde1:/boot/grub/menu.lst), or
> <Esc> for prompt... timed out
> menu: hde1:/boot/grub/menu.lst
> hde: LBA 8622MB: ST38410A
> Mounted ext2fs
> Attempt to read out of device/partition
> File not found

Try not using menu.lst and simply specifying the boot command line
with your kernel and parameters to FILO directly. You can either
compile that into FILO (which is what I do) or type it in at the
FILO prompt.

For testing I like to use Etherboot as payload, then I can hack on
FILO very easily and don't have to reflash the target each time I
want to test.

Personally I would also be interested in debug output from FILO's IDE
driver after applying my multi-sector read patch to FILO. But note
that my patch also seems to break reading of an initrd and I have not
found time to investigate that yet.



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