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Re: Cannot boot amd64 image

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 9:46 PM, Jean-Yves Migeon
<> wrote:
> On 06.01.2011 21:45, Julio Merino wrote:
>>> On 31.12.2010 09:47, Julio Merino wrote:
>>>>> OK I figured this out:
>>>>>> modules off
>>>>>> boot cd0a:netbsd
>>>>> This time kernel boots OK and this gets me into sysinstall.
>>>> Same thing here.  Running "modules off" did the trick.
>>> Hmm, so this problem is more widespread than I thought.
>> ... and I think I just hit the same issue while booting NetBSD/i386 on
>> an HP nx6130 laptop.  Booting the installer just reboots the machine
>> and "modules off" allows the kernel to boot... (only to be greeted
>> later by the inability to run the installer because there are no file
>> systems available!)
> That's interesting, because i386 and amd64 boot differently regarding
> installcd. And for now, I did not find anything that could cause such a
> fault.

I see; then maybe it is a separate issue.

> Did it happen with a fairly recent -current? There have been some
> changes in boot(8) lately.

Yup, with sources from a couple of hours ago.

Julio Merino

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