Sponsored Content
Full Discussion: 43p 120
Operating Systems AIX 43p 120 Post 302116728 by johnf on Tuesday 8th of May 2007 03:31:03 AM
Old 05-08-2007
43p 120

I have acquired a 43p 120 (7248-120) and I have two questions:

Can anyone remember what is the highest version of AIX which I can install (5.1 I believe)


Can anyone remember how to boot this from the CDROM (boot floppy?)

7 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Save 43p bios?

Is there any way to backup the bios on a 43P-140 7043? (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: freestyle10269
0 Replies

2. Debian

new hd of 120 gb

i have 120 gb hd external (new --- no partition --- no frmat) i am using fc5 i need to partition and format my hd as (30 fat32, 40 ntfs , 20 ext2 , 30 as free) please help me anybody (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: sadiquep
8 Replies

3. AIX

Building a 43p using BOOTP

I have a 43p 120 (7248-120) which I am trying to install AIX 5.2 on. I have built a Nimol server on a Linux PC running SUSE LES 10. I have setup the 43p to perfom a network boot (BOOTP) and all the addresses in the network settings under SMS are set to When I power up the 43p it... (15 Replies)
Discussion started by: johnf
15 Replies

4. AIX

model 43P 7248 Recovery!

HI all! this is my problem: my boss got a Model 43P 7248-100 PowerPC server with the AIX 4.2 os, but some days ago it crashed and now it doesn't want to boot up again, it stops after the initial diagnostic phase with the "PowerPC" screen! I must recover some important data from the hard disk, so... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: AKO
6 Replies

5. AIX

brisque impose 43P 150 aix version 4 HELP!!!!!!!!

hi to everybody I have a problem with the AIX version 4: I can not get into failsafe session kindly someone knows how to enter this mode? thanks in advance (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: elektrospeed
5 Replies

6. AIX

EXP400 with 43P machine not booting

Hello I connected the exp400 & turned on the aix machine which is 7043-150 but now I guess probably ODM is corrupted as it does not boot. Its stuck at 0518 code. Also, on the console it shows stuck on the kernel, which then it does not want to boot. Is it possible to fix from maintenance... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: pdhawan
1 Replies

7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

error message risc 43p model 150

hello, i am new to this forum and i really could use some help, we have a risc 43p model 150 ibm server and we run prophet 21 on it. after the box boots up and then we activate prophet 21 we get a error message saying "The data space of the process is not enough for the shm segment (1176) │ ... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: mrhose
1 Replies
NRPARMS(8)						   Linux System Managers Manual 						NRPARMS(8)

nrparms - Configure the NET/ROM interface. SYNOPSIS
nrparms -nodes node +|- ident quality count port neighbour [digicall...] nrparms -routes port nodecall [digicall...] +|- quality nrparms -version DESCRIPTION
This program is used to manipulate the routing tables of the NET/ROM network layer, or to get and set many of the network and transport layer parameters for the NET/ROM protocol. The program has three basic modes of operation, node setting, neighbour setting and general parameter setting. The syntax for the node and neighbour setting is taken from the original NET/ROM manual and is therefore not very UNIXy but should be familiar to those familiar with NET/ROMs or TheNet. To set up a new route to a NET/ROM node in the routing tables you must use the nodes option. All of the parameters are needed to add the node. It is probably best to illustrate with an example: nrparms -nodes GB7BPQ + NMCLUS 120 6 vhf G8ROU-3 This creates a new route to a distant node with the callsign GB7BPQ and the alias NMCLUS, it has a quality of 120 (out of 255) and has an obsolescence count of six and packets for that node should be sent on the AX.25 port named vhf to my immediate neighbour G8ROU-3. The call- signs of the node and the neighbour may be the same. For example to set up the node G8ROU-3 which is also my immediate neighbour, I would use: nrparms -nodes G8ROU-3 + MATLCK 200 6 vhf G8ROU-3 If the ident of the remote node is not known, it is possible to add a node with a blank ident. To do this an ident of '*' must be entered on the command line. Because of the command line expansion that shells do, the * must be escaped by enclosing it in quotes. It is also possible to remove a route to a distant node with the same command except that the + is replaced by a -. The other parameters must also be present. If the node has not other routes then the node will be deleted, and the neighbour node that the connections go via may also be deleted if no other node route uses it, and it is not a locked neighbour entry. When setting up a new node, a new neighbour entry may also be created. This will have a default value. For that neighbour to be meaningful in the automatic routing process, it must have a more reasonable entry in the neighbours list. To do this the routes option of the command must be used. An example: nrparms -routes ax0 G8ROU-3 + 120 This will create (or update) the neighbour entry for G8ROU-3 with a quality of 120 and it will be locked, it will not create a node entry for the neighbour. This quality will be used by the netromd(8) program when calculating route qualities via this neighbour. Normally once a neighbour has zero node routes going via it, it will be deleted. Locking a neighbour prevents the deletion from occurring. To unlock a neighbour entry, the same command is used but with the + replaced by a -. FILES
/etc/ax25/axports /etc/ax25/nrports SEE ALSO
call(1), netrom(4), nrports(5), axparms(8), netromd(8), nrparms(8). AUTHOR
Jonathan Naylor G4KLX <g4klx@g4klx.demon.co.uk> Linux 25 January 1997 NRPARMS(8)

Featured Tech Videos

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 08:43 AM.
Unix & Linux Forums Content Copyright 1993-2022. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy