Subject: Re: Problem with NCR SCSI
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/20/1994 18:34:08
> >Then some error about a missing file in /etc and then the prompt to
> >start sh.
> /etc/rc is missing. This is deliberate since it forces single user
> mode. There should be a /.profile that calls the "install" script
> when the single user mode shell starts. Try typing "install" to start
> the installation.
This is _not_ his problem. If you would read the whole list of
messages, the hard drive attached to his controller is not getting
configured. (Yes, the config file used to build the kernel is set up
for the NCR controller and for devices attached to it.) The question
is why; others have reported using NetBSD on that motherboard and
controller before, so the problem is likely misconfigured jumpers on
Dimitri's controller or some similiar calamity. Does anyone who's
actually using an NCR PCI SCSI controller have some advice?