This looks like a prompt where you will type "boot" to bring up the system.
On my system, this would be called maintenance mode. Try to boot from this prompt. Type "boot" this should bring the system up. Although, I am not sure if there are any options with this command. It should work with just "boot" at that >> prompt.
The funktion "boot -f" is not aviable at that system...
With "boot 5/rz0/...." there come no error, but the system dont uploading... (oh man, my english is very bad)
When Im enter boot after that, he boots normaly ....
(with "boot 3/rz0/.. ist the same..)
[error at one time i tried this: ?IO: 3/rz0/vmunix (bb rd)]
I have tried too look what he is doing during uploading...
This is, what im seeing... in htis short time..
rz1 at asc0 slave 1 (RZ56)
tz25 at asc0 slave 5 (TZ30)
ln0 at ibus3
scc0 at ibus3
fd0 at ibus3
dti0 at ibus3
fb0 at ibus3
The pop up a blue screen with a white window, and in this window is this written:
Start Session dec5025
But i dont know after all, what login and what password.... Im at the end *shot themselve down*
Do you know what Im doing wrong, or what i must do?
The only other things I could suggest are,
at the boot prompt ">>" type...
boot -fl s
...or try CTRL-C during the fsck's and it might put you
right into single user mode. Once in single user mode,
be aware that only the "/" filesystem will be mounted.
You may have to manually mount "/usr" (and others)
if you want to use certain commands.
getting into single user mode sounds good to me to gain root access, so IMHO your task should be to
- find the right path for booting
- find the right boot ARG to enter single user mode.
For the first task the tests could be useful (at least it helped me to find the boot path for an old HP 9000 800 series...)
Look if you can find a test to show you the hard drive/scsi subsystem information. You should get something showing you the hardware paths of your hard drive and your tape device (mentioned as rz1 and tz25 in the bootup list).
It should be something like
Next, you should take a look what
tells you. There's a chance that the DEC box lists up arguments for the boot command.
My guess would be that you'll have to type something like
[code]boot 1/rz(1,0,0)/vmunix -i 1[code]
to boot up in single user mode.
But I'm neither a Unix guru nor did i have to work with a DEC box up to now.
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