Subject: Re: during installation: file system full ???
To: Oliver Graemer <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/26/1999 15:35:29
What partition size did you select for the root filesystem?
-=- and team B will be... Kenny. -=-
On Tue, 26 Jan 1999, Oliver Graemer wrote:
> sorry but I'm still trying to install NetBSD on my DEC Multia (alpha).
> The HDD is IBM DORS 32160 with 2,16GB. I'm not sure about the logical
> HDD geometry (I got it from the internet):
> heads: 255
> cylinders: 263
> sectors: 63
> sector size: 512 byte
> During installation the system (base comp kern ...) I got the
> populating file systems with bootstrapping binaries
> uid 0 on /mnt: file system full
> /mnt: write faild, file system is full
> I have no other os on the HDD and I devided the disk in root with 254
> cylinders and 9 cylinders for swap.
> What's wrong?
> PLEASE HELP!!!