RE: AlphaServer 400 vs. Alpha Core 1.0

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If you or anyone else on the list needs a video card, I have a few various
(old) PCI video cards that I would let go for shipping costs.  
I know that I have at least one Matrox Millennium, a Millennium II, and a
Diamond Fire GL1000 pro (permedia2).  There may be others laying around

These have all been used on at least one of my Alphas; EB64+, 164SX, 164LX.
Don't worry, folks.  I'm not abandoning Alphas, I just need to clean up some
old equipment, and I'd rather let it go to someone who would use it than the

E-mail me off list for details.

Tony Hoover, Network Administrator
KSU - Salina, College of Technology and Aviation
(785) 826-2660

"Don't Blend in..."
-----Original Message-----
From: axp-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:axp-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Jay Estabrook
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2005 9:50 AM
To: Linux on Alpha processors
Subject: Re: AlphaServer 400 vs. Alpha Core 1.0

On Wed, Oct 26, 2005 at 04:45:37PM +0200, Marek wrote:
> Hi,
> Maybe you are right with scsi.
> Video card is Digital PBXGA,

A HAH! That's original TGA, and the source of your problems.

> network card is Digital DE435.

This should be OK.

> Final 4 lines are:
> aboot: loading compressed /kernels/vmlinux.gz...
> aboot: zero-filling 2869880 bytes at 0xfffffc00018859b8
> aboot: loading initrd (...)
> aboot: starting kernel /kernels/vmlinux.gz with arguments text

Since original TGA support is missing, there's no chance of console output
from that kernel, UNLESS you change to serial console.


Jay A Estabrook                            HPTC - XC I & B
Hewlett-Packard Company - ZKO1-3/D-B.8     (603) 884-0301
110 Spit Brook Road, Nashua NH 03062       Jay.Estabrook@xxxxxx

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