> I just did a probe-scsi-all on my Ultra1 after changing the CDROM and my
> system hung. Now after a power reset all I get is:
> Sun Ultra 1 SBus (UltraSPARC 167MHz), No Keyboard
> OpenBoot 3.5, 128 MB memory installed, Serial #XXXXXXX.
> Ethernet address X:X:XX:XX:XX:XX, Host ID: XXXXXXXX.
This is symptomatic of the NVRAM battery having died - I admit I don't
understand how doing a probe-scsi could have caused this (it could just be
coincidence). You can get a new NVRAM chip for about 15-20 UKP, and
they're quite easy to program. (See
Quote:> The Openboot prompt does not respond to terminal entry. Does anyone have
> any idea what may have happened?
If the NVRAM is broken, AFAIR the system will default to using the Sun
keyboard as the input device, so unplug it if you have one connected (or
use it with a graphics head). If you don't, then we need to know more
about your config....
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