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Re: 8.0 installboot -o timeout doesn't work?
> Assuming you're using the standard amd64 booter, and not using -o
> bootconf, did you adjust the timeout value in /boot.cfg as well?
/boot.cfg does not exist. I am not, of course, using -o bootconf. I'm
using /usr/mdec/boot and /usr/mdec/bootxx_ffsv1 from stock 8.0 (well,
not quite stock, but the changes I've made didn't touch those; they are
limited to device drivers - sys/net/if_loop.c, sys/conf/majors,
distrib/sets/lists/comp/mi, and various files in sys/dev/).
Is /boot.cfg necessary for timeouts to work? I didn't notice anything
about it in installboot(8).
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