Subject: Re: IIci success/q's and a bug
To: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Tim Barthel <email@example.com>
Date: 01/03/1996 19:13:47
Thanks for the helpful responses. I was running netbsd.generic as my
On Sun, 31 Dec 1995, Bill Studenmund wrote:
> I came up from a recent -current, so I had fewer changes. I just
> renamed /etc to /etc_old, installed the new /etc, and looked
> at the things which had changed since the origonal install. I
> pretty much copied them over verbatim.
So noted for future reference thanks.
> > "savecore can't fine device 0/0" What does this mean? Is it something
> > Problem) netstat -r returns "netstat: kvm_read kvm_read: Bad address"
> They're related. The file /netbsd is not your current kernel. A number
> of programs, and libkvm, access /netbsd to learn what's going on
> in the kernel. If /netbsd isn't the active kernel, they look in the
I renamed kernels appropriately and now the problem went away. Thanks.