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The following reply was made to PR install/51716; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Tom Lane <tgl%sss.pgh.pa.us@localhost>
Subject: Re: install/51716
Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 01:25:49 -0500
After further digging in the NetBSD PR database, I found a couple of
* install/48860 suggests that "root device: " might be meant as a prompt
and that responding "?" would elicit something interesting. Tried that,
* install/51503 reports a somewhat different set of symptoms when trying
to install from a USB stick when there's an OS present on the system's
main drive. This says that for completeness I should mention that my
machines do have live OS X installations on their internal disks. Just
before the hangup is reached, I see messages indicating that NetBSD has
recognized the partitions on the internal disk.
Also, just in case, I tried selecting the "no ACPI, no SMP" option;
didn't change anything.
regards, tom lane
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