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Re: port-i386/45704: Floppy install fails to load //ffs/ffs.kmod and reboots
some additional information. This problem might actually be
unrelated to the floppy install stuff. I dumped a MONOLITHIC
(5.99.56) kernel into the existing root file system on the
machine, updated the boot blocks, and rebooted. I interrupted
the boot loader, got to the boot loaded prompt and redirected the
console to the serial port. The log from the boot attempt
>> NetBSD/x86 BIOS Boot, Revision 5.9 (from NetBSD 5.99.56)
>> Memory: 639/65535 k
> boot netbsd -12s
and then the system spontanously rebooted. The ffs.kmod file
does really exist at the path printed out above. I have tried
with various combinations of the -1, -2 and -s flags to the
kernel, but the combination seems to make no difference. Any
suggestions for what I should try next?
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