Subject: Re: Installing net-BSD hpcmips on compaq 2010C
To: Matias Gut <email@example.com>
From: Andy Ruhl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/30/2007 07:06:25
On 3/30/07, Matias Gut <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello all!
> After taking some time to read some docs I'm starting to install net-BSD
> on a compaq 2010C with a 512 MB CF. I started learning about net-BSD
> in order to install it in that device.
> As long as I won't have net access I'll put the net-bsd sets in a BSD
> partition in the CF.
> I did a little FAT16 partition to hold the pbsdboot1.exe and the install
> kernel. I can access that partition from winCE and start the kernel
> loader (pbsdboot1.exe in my winCE version). The install kernel loads
> without any problem (I'm using netbsb-TX3912.gz version).
> My question is: pbsboot1.exe returns an error saying that he's not able
> to save the .ini configuration file. I suppose that's the reason why I
> need to re-enter the configuration when I do the following boot.
> Is there any way to do that config file "by hand" and save it in the FAT
> partition? WinCe seems not to have any trouble writing files in that
> partition. Would be worth doing this or should I wait until I finish
> installing net-BSD in the bigger partition?
> Thanks in advance,