Subject: Re: "wd0e" - is it default?
To: Zbigniew Baniewski <email@example.com>
From: Quentin Garnier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/11/2007 23:49:38
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On Fri, May 11, 2007 at 11:35:17PM +0200, Zbigniew Baniewski wrote:
> On Fri, May 11, 2007 at 11:06:25PM +0200, Zafer Aydogan wrote:
> > you have to update your bootstrap code to boot from wd0a.
> > the old code may be still looking for wd0e
> > try:
> > installboot -v -m i386 -o timeout=3D5,console=3Dpc /dev/rwd0a=20
> > /usr/mdec/bootxx_ffsv1
> > (replace where appropriate)
> Believe it, or not - I'm still getting "booting hd0e:netbsd" at boot-time.
> I tried similar invocation earlier, just without "-m i386" and "console=
> No idea, how can I suppress wd0a instead of wd0e. Perhaps there was a bug=
> "installboot" in 2.0?
I'm fairly certain you got confused at some point.
Please post full output of fdisk and disklabel for that disk and we'll
tell you what you did wrong.
Nothing to be ashamed of: this stuff is much more complicated than it
really needs to be and we all got stuck in a issue of that kind at some
point. Well, at least I know I have.
Quentin Garnier - email@example.com - cube@NetBSD.org
"You could have made it, spitting out benchmarks
Owe it to yourself not to fail"
Amplifico, Spitting Out Benchmarks, Hometakes Vol. 2, 2005.
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