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WARNING: couldn't open cd9660 (after loading kernel, before loading ramdisk), or: how do I put a file-system into the kernel (not as module)
I'm toying with -current, and wonder what the following error when booting
from an ISO means (i386):
> load miniroot.kmod
====> WARNING: couldn't open cd9660
WARNING: 1 module failed to load
Copyright (c) 1996, 1997, ...
<regular kernel startup, then boot into miniroot>
I have trouble that -current doesn't read my boot.cfg at all (read returns
0 bytes; the ISO seems to have to right file as indicated by some debug
printfs. I don't understand why the kernel (or who?) wants to load
Is there a way to build the CD9660 file-system into the kernel, but
keeping the rest modular (or at least loading the ramdisk)?
How does one hardwire modules into the kernel in -current kernel configs?
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