Subject: Re: I need an install floppy (for a HD drive)
To: Kevin Dell" , "amiga <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Markus Illenseer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/29/1995 15:51:35
Kevin Dell wrote:
[I wonder whether the mail ever will reach Kevin, due to the weird
Escape-codes in his reply-to Adress]
> I have an Amiga 2000 with a HD floppy drive and have not been able to
> install NetBSD 1.0 (I know, I'm behind the times, but I hav it on the
> Gateway! CD and would like to try it before downloading 1.1) Whenever I
> create a boot floppy it works fine, but NetBSD says that the floppy
> drive is not configured, and does not respond to a root on fd0 (the
> system locks up at that point) Where do I go to get recognition for my
> internal floppy? I have an external DD floppy drive.
The Gateway! CD offers a small goodie, which you might want to try out.
The kernel "netbsd" in / is a generic 1.0 kernel with some special hacks
for CD-ROM support. Start this kernel using "loadbsd -b" and give "cd0" as
answer to root file system.
No need for floppies then. No need to even install NetBSD :-)