Hi Chris! On 07/03/2018 05:38 PM, Chris Ross wrote: > As I was mentioning in other threads, I was getting grub installed onto the > "normal" sun-labeled ext2/4 partitioned disk in my T5120. Working with > Eric (https://github.com/esnowberg/grub2-sparc/issues/14) he helped me > figure out that grub wasn't working because the kernel in /boot was gzip'd.
Any reason why you aren't just using the normal Debian procedure to setup and install GRUB? > Is there something that's told Debian that I want my kernels in /boot to be > gzip'd? Is there a way to make it _not_ do that, since grub apparently > needs them not to be gzip'd on this machine? Debian stores its kernel compressed by default and I don't see how this is supposed to be a problem. All SPARCs that we have installed with Debian for sparc64 are using the grub2 package from Debian with a compressed kernel. Adrian -- .''`. John Paul Adrian Glaubitz : :' : Debian Developer - glaub...@debian.org `. `' Freie Universitaet Berlin - glaub...@physik.fu-berlin.de `- GPG: 62FF 8A75 84E0 2956 9546 0006 7426 3B37 F5B5 F913