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Date:      Wed, 3 Jan 1996 00:17:28 -0500 (EST)
From:      Geoffrey Deasey <>
Subject:   boot -c for non standard kernel drivers
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ok, I booted it with the -c so I could change the irq and iomem settings 
for my smc network card which the kernel put at irq5 (my soundblaster is 
their) and iomem 0xe0000 the kernel put it at 0xd8000.  I changed the 
settings and exited the menu and got a message about the wrong bucket and 
a kernel panic.  Did I do this the wrong way ?  I even tryed disabling 
the card (ed0) in the menu and then changing it and enabling it (same 
result).  I was also doing a cd /stand and ./sysinstall to add packages 
and noticed that there are a few that are in the menus and not on ? 


P.S. FreeBSD looks real nice and not that hard to install
     I hope the development group keeps up the good work

     o  o

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