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But, share say: /export/install/Solaris_10/Tools/Boot So, Install directory, realy, not shared. And then we followed the instruction on Linaro Releases to install a 12.04 ubuntu, we failed. On Jumpstart server run snoop 0:14:4f:2:a1:85 If this server have more one active network interface: snoop -d 0:14:4f:2:a1:85 You can see what filesystem T1000 try mount. Verify that both Jumpstart server and client are connected to same VLAN and subnetMake sure you have both Jumpstart server and client on the same subnet as well as on the http://jscience.net/timed-out/timed-out-waiting-for-autonegotiation.html

you can later unplumb whatever you don't want. Check cable and try again. Please show result command share On jumpstart server. Please help.

What's more, we followed the instruction 'i.MX_6Dual6Quad_SABRE-SD_Linux_Users_Guide.pdf‘ to boot up the system through rootfs in SD card through HannStar LVDS:### For LVDS0 connectionMX6Q SABRESD U-Boot > setenv bootargs_mmc 'setenv bootargs ${bootargs} Reply Vignesh on July 31, 2012 at 3:07 am Thanks for your suggestion and supporting us with great Gurukulindia.com Reply Yogesh Raheja on July 31, 2012 at 5:02 am @Vignesh, you Read More NEWS   14 Jan 2016 CES 2016 Read More NEWS   12 Jan 2016 How NFC is taking mobile payments in bold new directions Read More NEWS   12 Jan 2016 NXP

Now we have install a Ubuntu Linux operate system successfully. ABOUT NXP Investors Partners Careers RESOURCES Mobile Apps Press, News, Blogs Contact Us FOLLOW US NEWS   11 Jan 2016 Photo Advisory -- US Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, Meets With NXP You may need to check hardwareThe system is ignoring the error and continuing boot.If you interrupt the system boot process, the followingcommands will reinitialize ethernet, tftp, and finishloading the operating system I am aware that when the bge0 network interface is down that a different jumpstart command must be used (as per the title).

Solaris 9 and earlier :# pkill in.rarpd # /usr/sbin/in.rarpd -a3. And later you can view the file output with the below command #  /usr/sbin/snoop -i snoop.out  -D |grep –v “drops: 0” And “–D” option displays about the number of packet drops, Re: T1000 - Solaris 10 - Jumpstart problem Soory Feb 17, 2011 1:32 PM (in response to abrante) Here are the share detail # share - /opt/SUNWjet ro,anon=0 "JET Framework" - For this run a snoop command on the interface that should receive the RARP requests.jumpstart # vi /etc/ethers 0:c:29:f6:ef:7b geeklabAfter you run boot net - install on the jumpstart client run

Type any key to stop. 42 40 42 42 40 42 40 42 /[email protected],600000/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected],1 Timed out waiting for Autonegotiation to complete Check cable and try again Link Down /[email protected],600000/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected] Timed out But the LVDS display and spesker board doesn't work. TIMEOUT !BOOTP broadcast 1BOOTP broadcast 2BOOTP broadcast 3BOOTP broadcast 4BOOTP broadcast 5Can you find any mistakes in these operations? But, the result is same Requesting Internet address for 0:14:4f:2:a1:85 panic - boot: Could not mount filesystem.

How look normal network boot: vserv1 - client. Re: T1000 - Solaris 10 - Jumpstart problem abrante Feb 16, 2011 2:37 PM (in response to Soory) "Link down" reports that the system itself is not connected to the network Timeout reading Link status. Unfortunately, we failed when boot the SD card.The SD card was property partitioned like:fdisk -l /dev/sdbDisk /dev/sdb: 7948 MB, 7948206080 bytes255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 966 cylinders, total 15523840 sectorsUnits = sectors

Check /tftpboot directory Verify that the /tftpboot directory has the link C0A80114 which is the IP address of client (in hex).jumpstart # ls -l /tftpboot total 522 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root http://jscience.net/timed-out/outlook-timed-out-waiting-response.html Wed, 03/10/2010 - 14:01 this what comes upInterface                  IP-Address      OK? My jumpstart server is Sun Fire V210, running Solaris 9. Check for /etc/netmasks file Make sure the netmask for the subnet used by jumpstart server and client is correct.jumpstart # cat /etc/netmasks

Regards. 1 person found this helpful Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 8. nabil_boussetta Security 2 08-04-2004 11:56 PM All times are GMT -4. To check the MAC address being used by this interface :ok> cd [emailprotected][emailprotected][emailprotected][emailprotected][emailprotected][emailprotected]ok> .properties local-mac-address 00 14 4f 46 52 30 mac-addresses 00 14 4f 46 52 30Make sure you set this content Please help 1677Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final.

The example Jumpstart setup looks like the one shown in the figure below : Jumpstart setupVerifying Settings on Jumpstart ClientUnderstanding which interface will be used for jumpstart installation (SPARC) When we Edited by: user11284483 on Feb 16, 2011 8:40 AM Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. Re: T1000 - Solaris 10 - Jumpstart problem Soory Feb 17, 2011 8:30 PM (in response to Nik) I reconfigured from the start, still the status is same.

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link: IMX6_SW: i.MX 6 Series Software and Development Tool ResourcesLike • Show 0 Likes0 Actions Related ContentRetrieving data ...Recommended ContentK20 locked, mass erase failed as wellSecured & Mass Erase Disabled Kinetis Thanks a ton for Nik and ABrante. Should the SW6-Boot Mode Selector Switch be pre-configured that the U-boot in SD card, not the U-boot in onboard Flash(If it has) take effect?Best Regards!YaoNo one else has this questionMark as share - /export/install anon=0,sec=sys,ro "" I changed the bootparams servername to servername.domain.com.

xx.x.x.2 -> * ARP C Who is, scdsoltst ? All rights reserved. Its will replace the traditional thinking with very new and robost networking model. :) Reply ramdev on May 30, 2012 at 2:57 am Thanks to you all for your good points have a peek at these guys On the client you can use the watch-net command to see which interface has a link.ok> watch-net-allYou could attach a laptop to the cable instead of the jumpstart client, configuring the

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