Subject: Re: Again: how post-configuration after installation
To: Oliver Graemer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
Date: 01/29/1999 20:13:20
On Fri, 29 Jan 1999, Oliver Graemer wrote:
> fsck -p && mount -a
> export TERM=pc3 <== Bzzzzzt
That's a bashism. You need to do "set TERM=pc3; export TERM" or "set
TERM=vt220; export TERM" or "eval `tset -s vt220`". The default shell,
/bin/sh, is really "ash" in disguise. It does have command recall
("set -o vi" or "set -o emacs"). /bin/csh and /bin/ksh are in the
tree, and available to use in single-user mode. To try on of those,
type out the full path when requested.
To use bash, you'll have to first install it. Check out the
documentation on the NetBSD package system, at
> in rc.conf I changed rc_confgured = yes and hostname = "netbsd1"
Shouldn't that be rc_configured=YES?