Subject: Re: How should I configure NetBSD?
To: Calvin <email@example.com>
From: Rob Healey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/26/1995 08:19:36
> > Do I need to keep a ADOS partition so I can update the software?
> > How do I make it autoboot into NetBSD when I turn it on?
> I'm a bit curious as to how others handle the amigados kernel situation.
> When I do kernel recompiles, sometimes the new kernel is different enough
> such that cat newkernel >/dev/reload no longer works. Should I need to
> format an old style BSD partition to keep both sides consistent?
/ is formated with a newfs -O. Root is usually small and mostly
read only so it doesn't hurt things too bad to be an old style
UFS filesystem. Then you can mount / using BFFS driver under
ADOS in user-startup and run loadbsd using the same file as
NetBSD will use. You never have a mismatch then.