On 25/04/2019 06:54, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:

> On 4/25/19 7:23 AM, Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:
>> Oh wait, now I see it: SILO's isofs.b also includes a mini-ISO9660 driver to 
>> enable
>> the PROM to read from the CDROM. So given that grub on SPARC64 is already 
>> working for
>> a disk install then this aspect should already have been solved i.e. either 
>> the grub
>> kernel is located on a separate UFS slice within a sun partition or 
>> somewhere there
>> is an enhanced boot.S with another FS driver?
> Yes, that would be most likely the sparc64.elf image that grub-mkimage 
> produces. But
> I don't know yet how to encode the boot path for that into the bootable image.

I'm struggling to see from the man pages the relationship between sparc64.elf 
cdboot.img. Presumably grub-mkimage generates sparc64.elf which is a 
grub executable, whilst cdboot.img is the compiled version of boot.S?



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