Subject: Re: installing on i386
To: Oleg Polyanski <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/12/1999 13:08:07
On Tue, 12 Jan 1999, Oleg Polyanski wrote:
> > Does sysint give any error messages when failing to write the
> > disklabel under 1.3.3?
> nope. there was no any error messages. when i decide continue (after
> customizing partitions in disklabel) i get the following:
> Writting the NetBSD disklabel....
> sd1: no disk label
> and so on (newfs fails complaining `/dev/rsd1a: device not configured') etc.
Thats probably normal if its writing the label fro the first time.
If you break to the command line and run disklabel sd1 does it
also report 'sd1: no disk label'.
> > As for the current snapshot - are ther any error messages before
> > the 'md0: / file system full', and could you check if there is
> > a core file on the filesystem?
> (to be exact - this is netbsd 1.3h) no, there are no error messages and
> sysinst dumps to core.
Ah - could you try a 1.3I floppy?
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