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Re: trouble installing grub on -current amd64
I am now running -current, as the Howto says you should
when using amd64# ktrace -f grub.out grub-install /dev/rwd0d
/usr/pkg/sbin/grub-install: Cannot execute ELF binary /usr/pkg/sbin/grub
sed: /grub/device.map: No such file or directory
grep: /grub/device.map: No such file or directory
/dev/rwd0d does not have any corresponding BIOS drive.
We (Liz mostly) have set up an amd64 box with current and xen3, and grub
works after installing a binary package built on i386, and the
netbsd/i386 shared libraries that it needs. The problem seems to be
that grub builds i386 code for boot time, but doesn't use cross tools to
do so. I suspect that the grub setup part could be amd64 native.
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