Subject: Re: booting ... "no init", no "init.bak" ???
To: None <port-mac68k@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Raw Power <email@example.com>
Date: 01/08/2006 14:44:52
Did somebody write a manual so that you can install 3.0 ??
If I do it the old way, will it work ????
with installer, etc ???
I then take the kernels that are in the "sets" dir, and it should boot=20=
The problem I also see on a LC III: it sometimes doesn't get past adb=20
... was an err I saw in 1995 too (on a colour classic).
Op 8-jan-06 om 12:50 heeft Marco Trillo het volgende geschreven:
> It depends on your disklabel, but it is normally:
> /dev/sd0a --> root (/)
> /dev/sd0b --> swap
> /dev/sd0g --> user (/usr)
> Are you using the 3.0 release?
> Its sysinst-based installer is currently broken. As an example, it=20
> does not write a valid /etc/fstab file.
> I recommend booting the INSTALL kernel, opening a shell, and writing a=20=
> valid /etc/fstab.
> # Mount the root device
> $ mount /dev/sd0a /mnt && cd /mnt
> $ cat > etc/fstab
> # fstab example for the above scheme
> /dev/sd0a / ffs rw 1 1
> /dev/sd0b none swap sw 0 0
> /dev/sd0g /usr ffs rw 1 2
> $ cd /
> $ umount /mnt
> $ exit
> Of course you should write a fstab according to your disk.
> I.e.; if you have a partition /dev/sd0e which should be mounted in=20
> /dev/sd0e /home ffs rw 1 2
> If you don`t remeber the mount points of each partition, you can use=20=
> the "Install NetBSD to hard disk" to see the partition table and then=20=
> abort the installation.
> On Jan 8, 2006, at 10:19 AM, Raw Power wrote:
>> the root&usr is on the fifth partition.
>> that /dev/sda5 or /dev/sd0e ??
>> The booting process reads & execs kernel, then
>> booting from /dev/sd0a, swap on /dv/sd0b ...