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RE: Atari TT installation failed on installboot
FWIW, the config that I use and test regularly (on a tt030) has the full disk
devoted to NetBSD, no AHDI. So if it's not absolutely necessary to keep the
AHDI partition, just get rid of it and you're good to go.
But yeah, it does sound like the installer should give you the explicit option
to install or not install the boot blocks. Maybe file a PR?
> Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2012 11:50:02 +0000
> From: alanh%fairlite.co.uk@localhost
> To: port-atari%netbsd.org@localhost
> Subject: Atari TT installation failed on installboot
> Hi all,
> I'm using a single AHDI configured SCSI disk and a single NetBSD (NBD)
> partition on that disk, which as far as HDDRIVER is concerned it's
> partition I:
> Now, using disklabel I've configued sd0a to be the location of partition
> I: start/end cylinders and disklabel and newfs complete successfully,
> but then comes "installboot". I'm not sure why this is trying to install
> any boot blocks as I didn't configure that I wanted a kernel installing.
> What happens is....
> Status: Running
> Command: /usr/mdec/installboot -v /dev/rsd0c
> installboot: Cannot stat /netbsd, no bootversion check done
> installboot: /dev/rsd0c: NetBSD boot block not on primary AHDI partition.
> And the installation re-starts.
> So, I moved /usr/mdec/installboot out of the way and created a new one
> which just had "#!/bin/sh" inside it so it becomes a no-op command. This
> works, and I'm allowed to continue the installation.
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