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Re: NetBSD/amiga sysinst (Was: Video of NetBSD/amiga 10.0_BETA network install in real Amiga 1200)

David Brownlee wrote:

> ROOT. can be used as a device prefix in fstab to automatically refer
> to the boot device, whether IDE, SCSI or similar, to avoid needing to
> encode the boot device directly - e.g.:
> ROOT.a          /               ffs     rw,log 1 1
> ROOT.b          none            swap    sw,dp

I like that! It would have helped me a lot, when adding another disk to the
SCSI tower on my A3000. ;)

Although, shouldn't it be called "BOOT." instead of "ROOT."?

Frank Wille

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