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port-macppc/51160: fstab created during install references wd(4), kernel expect to mount dk(4)
>Synopsis: fstab created during install references wd(4), kernel expect to mount dk(4)
>Arrival-Date: Sun May 22 19:15:00 +0000 2016
>Originator: Sevan Janiyan
NetBSD 7.99.29 (GENERIC.201605220630Z) macppc
I decided to try -current & installed a snapshot from scratch.
Turns out in -current we've switched to using dk(4) in the regular kernel (not the install kernel), this results in a system which fails to go multiuser due to fstab created during install referencing wd(4) device.
At the single user prompt it's not possible to force a mount of the relevant device as root_device.
Editing the fstab to reference dk1 / dk2 instead of wd0a and wd0b for root and swap allows the system to boot as normal
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