wmb at laptop.org
Mon Jan 7 02:14:57 EST 2008
The fact that it is trying to boot from the wireless device means that
it didn't find /boot/olpc.fth on either USB, SD, or NAND.
What happens if you type:
ok dir n:\boot\
starsu at media.mit.edu wrote:
> Dear all,
> I updated build 613 into 650 on B4 Machine. For some time, it worked
> well. However, after several reboots, when XO restarts, the following
> boot error occurs.
> Boot device: /usb/wlan Arguments:
> Scan for: OLPCOFW
> Cannot find: OLPCOFW
> <buffer at ff838c2d>:0:
> Can't open boot device
> Can you kindly let me know how to deal with this boot problem?
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