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Date:      Sat, 05 Jul 1997 12:48:01 -0700
From:      VR <>
Subject:   FreeBSD No boot.
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Well, I have tried again. I attempted to install FreeBSD rel 2.2.2 on
my brand new 4.3 gb hd. It still will not boot. None of the boot
managers that I have tried see the partition as active even though I
made sure that I set the slice as bootable. I have tried to change the
HD between Normal and LBA and attempted installations with both
settings. I have gone back in after the installation and set the slice
as bootable. Nothing.

I continue to receive messages like "/mnt: Write failed, file system
is full." and "bad disklablecan't find /kernal." and also "error
mounting /mnt/dev/wd1s1g on /mnt/usr: invalid argument."

I am at my wits end. What am I missing?? What haven't I done?? If
someone could please clue me in I would be deeply appreciative.

Thanks in advance,

Vince Rodriguez
It is not whether or not you die, we all die eventually.
It is, in fact, how you have lived, that will make the difference.
No matter how small.

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