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Re: netbsd-INSTALL goes to prompt
On Tue, 25 Nov 2008 09:58:05 +0000
Andrew Doran <ad%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 04:14:39PM -0200, Mandacar? Cascavel wrote:
> > When initializing I press "space", as usual, and write:
> > _____________________________________________
> > Option : boot netbsd-INSTALL [enter]
> > This gives me [maybe] a single user mode:
> > "Enter pathname of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh:" [enter]
> > Terminal type is vt100
> > We recommend etc.
> > #
> Hmm, I didn't put sysinst onto the boot CD-ROMs. That was a mistake.
> I will fix it.
At this very moment I guess the problem (if there was one) has already been
solved, but I'd like to share the result of a workaround:
a - I copied the kernel present into boot.iso to / as netbsd-INSTALL;
b - Inserted the following line (the sixth) at /boot.cfg: "menu=Boot
d- Option : 6
And sysinst booted normally. I must add that when booting from boot cdrom I
didn't got any problem. The system is:
NetBSD-amd64 5.99.3 built from sources obtained at 11/22.
Mandacarú Cascavel <mancasc%yahoo.com.br@localhost>
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