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Date:      Mon, 06 Jul 2009 09:48:20 +0100
From:      Matthew Seaman <>
To:        malathi selvaraj <>
Subject:   Re: good morning to all
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malathi selvaraj wrote:
>  i have any error like  this enter the full path of shell or RETURN fr
> /bin/sh:
> after that i reinstall freebsd. and it will working, but now system is =
> boot, it show error unable to load a kernel ..

So after the first problem, you reinstalled the system, which worked
for a while, but now will not boot because it can't load a kernel image?

Hmmm... I guess it's possible for a hardware fault or a disk crash to
render your kernel unreadable, but that really is very unlikely unless yo=
whole hard disk has pretty much failed.  In which case, you would simply
need a new hard drive.  Given you're system can read the MBR and the firs=
stages of the boot code, it's clear your disk still has some life left in=


So... far more feasible is that a mistake was made somewhere while you
were working on the system.  The up side of that is mistakes are usually =

correctable, once you know where you went wrong.

Can you describe what you were doing to the system before it lost the cap=
to boot up again?



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