Subject: Re: Minimal kernel/X-server type disks?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG, weingart@austin.BrandonU.CA>
From: Tobias Weingartner <weingart@austin.BrandonU.CA>
List: current-users
Date: 11/22/1994 13:59:23
I wrote:

> I'd try to hack this on my own, 'cept I don't have a working NetBSD machine.
> The only machine I have access to, has the SCSI-BIOS disabled on the AHA-1542.
> If there is a way to install NetBSD on sd0, and then boot a kernel off the
> floppy, and use sd0 as /, /usr, etc, then I could get this thing working...

Hmm, after "experimenting" some, I found that with a simple -a on the boot 
flags, I could tell the kernel which device to use for /.  Makes me feel
sort of stupid...  ;-)

Thanks to all who helped out.

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