Main Menu: Enter command or menu > bo scsi.5.0 ipl Interact with IPL (Y, N, or Cancel)?> y Booting... Boot IO Dependent Code (IODC) revision 1 HARD Booted. palo ipl 0.97 root@c3k Tue Nov 27 14:51:48 MST 2001 Information: Boot device can't seek past 2Gb (ignore next error). byteio_read: seekread() returned -1 expected 2048 Partition Start(MB) End(MB) Id Type 1 1 15 f0 Palo 2 16 503 82 swap 3 504 2887 83 ext2 PALO(F0) partition contains: 0/vmlinux64 3990942 bytes @ 0x44000 Information: No console specified on kernel command line. This is normal. PALO will choose the console currently used by firmware (serial). Current command line: 3/boot/vmlinux root=/dev/sda3 HOME=/ console=ttyS0 TERM=vt102 0: 3/boot/vmlinux 1: root=/dev/sda3 2: HOME=/ 3: console=ttyS0 4: TERM=vt102 Edit which field? (or 'b' to boot with this command line)? 0 3/boot/vmlinux-2.4.17-pa3 initrd=0/root.bin Current command line: 3/boot/vmlinux-2.4.17-pa3 initrd=root.bin root=/dev/sda3 HOME=/ console=ttyS0 TERM=vt102 0: 3/boot/vmlinux-2.4.17-pa3 1: initrd=0/root.bin 2: root=/dev/sda3 3: HOME=/ 4: console=ttyS0 5: TERM=vt102 Edit which field? (or 'b' to boot with this command line)? 1 Current command line: 3/boot/vmlinux-2.4.17-pa3 root=/dev/sda3 HOME=/ console=ttyS0 TERM=vt102 0: 3/boot/vmlinux-2.4.17-pa3 1: root=/dev/sda3 2: HOME=/ 3: console=ttyS0 4: TERM=vt102 Edit which field? (or 'b' to boot with this command line)? b
PALO was first setup to boot the kernel file vmlinux located on the third partition of the SCSI device ID 5 LUN 0. (We know this since we have asked BOOT_ADMIN to boot on this device). But we wanted another kernel this time. We have pressed the Enter key (to validate the default choice '0') and modified the text to match our needs, here vmlinux-2.4.17-pa3. We have also added an initrd=0/root.bin argument to the command line. We have validated our changes by hitting the Enter key. Finally we have decided that we didn't want this additional argument, so we have selected it and erased it. At the end it asked again which field we wanted to edit, we just typed 'b' instead of any number and hit Enter to boot our new kernel.