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Date:      Thu, 16 Mar 1995 09:52:32 -0600 (CST)
From:      faulkner@mpd.tandem.com (Boyd Faulkner)
To:        jia@cs.depaul.edu (Xiaoping Jia)
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD installation problem
Message-ID:  <9503161552.AA06777@olympus>
In-Reply-To: <199503160040.QAA03527@freefall.cdrom.com> from "Xiaoping Jia" at Mar 15, 95 06:40:32 pm

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> Installed the boot manager. When boots I first choose F5 to disk 2 then 
> choose F2 to boot FreeBSD. I got the initial boot message, similar to 
> those when boot from boot floppy. When prompt with 
> 
> boot: 
> 
> I type 
> 
> hd(1,a)/kernel
> 
> Then it shows
> 
> |
> 
> and stuck. 
> 
> I read carefully the troubleshooting part. No help. I really appreciate 
> your help. Regards. 
> 
> 
Unless, Disk1 is IDE and Disk2 is SCSI, use 
wd(1,a)/kernel if they are IDE or
sd(1,a)/kernel if they are SCSI.

Congrats on the boot manager.  I only got that to work but not labelling the 
second disk at all but then your don't get the boot: prompt.

Good Luck.
Boyd


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 Boyd Faulkner                                  faulkner@isd.tandem.com 
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