install with Debian CD ok, but can't boot any kernel

Segher Boessenkool segher at
Sat Oct 19 13:35:02 EST 2002

> You may have to type the whole path to the ATA/66 disk in
> OF instead of "hd", which is something like
> "/pci at f2000000/mac-io/ata-4" or maybe with an additional
> pci-bridge in between. To see the actual nodes in OF, type
> "dev /" then "ls". To see the "shortcuts" (aliases), do
> "dev /aliases" then ".properties"

The alias for the ata-4 disks are ultra2 and ultra3; the aliases
for the ata-6 disks are ultra0 and ultra1 (hd is the same as ultra0).

So you want ultra2.



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