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problem installing 2.9 on sun sparc 5




Hello.  Trying to install 2.9 from the official CD I just purchased.
System is a Sun Sparc5, 85MHz, 64MB mem, 9GB HD, and CD drive.
Keep getting this error message when I select CDROM as the install
source.  I verified the SCSI IDs, reseated all the cables, checked the
CD drive.  It worked fine for installing Solaris...  Follows is the complete
transcript of my lastest install attempt.

Thank you very much for any assistance
Douglas Cameron Mauch



ok boot cdrom 2.9/sparc/bsd.rd
Boot device: /iommu/sbus/espdma@5,8400000/esp@5,8800000/sd@6,0:d  File and
args: 2.9/sparc/bsd.rd
>> OpenBSD BOOT 2.1
Booting 2.9/sparc/bsd.rd @ 0x4000
1081344+2357792+127588=0x36ac84
Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993
        The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) 1995-2001 OpenBSD. All rights reserved.
http://www.OpenBSD.org

OpenBSD 2.9 (RAMDISK) #102: Sat Apr 28 16:17:10 MDT 2001
    deraadt@sun4m.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/sparc/compile/RAMDISK
real mem = 66797568
avail mem = 60588032
using 16 buffers containing 1048576 bytes of memory
bootpath:
/iommu@0,10000000/sbus@0,10001000/espdma@5,8400000/esp@5,8800000/sd@6,0:d
mainbus0 (root): SUNW,SPARCstation-5
cpu0 at mainbus0: MB86904 @ 85 MHz, on-chip FPU
cpu0: 16K instruction (32 b/l), 8K data (16 b/l) cache enabled
obio0 at mainbus0
clock0 at obio0 addr 0x71200000: mk48t08 (eeprom)
timer0 at obio0 addr 0x71d00000 delay constant 40
zs0 at obio0 addr 0x71100000 pri 12, softpri 6
zs0a: console i/o
zs1 at obio0 addr 0x71000000 pri 12, softpri 6
slavioconfig at obio0 addr 0x71800000 not configured
auxreg0 at obio0 addr 0x71900000
power0 at obio0 addr 0x71910000
fdc0 at obio0 addr 0x71400000 pri 11, softpri 4: chip 82077
iommu0 at mainbus0 addr 0x10000000: version 0x4/0x0, page-size 4096, range
64MB
sbus0 at iommu0: clock = 21.250 MHz
dma0 at sbus0 slot 5 offset 0x8400000: rev 2
esp0 at dma0 offset 0x8800000 pri 4: ESP200, 40MHz, SCSI ID 7
scsibus0 at esp0: 8 targets
sd0 at scsibus0 targ 3 lun 0: <SEAGATE, ST39103LCSUN9.0G, 034A> SCSI2
0/direct fixed
sd0: 8637MB, 4926 cyl, 27 head, 133 sec, 512 bytes/sec, 17689267 sec total
cd0 at scsibus0 targ 6 lun 0: <PHILIPS, CDD2600, 1.07> SCSI2 5/cdrom
removable
SUNW,bpp at sbus0 slot 5 offset 0xc800000 not configured
ledma0 at sbus0 slot 5 offset 0x8400010: rev 2
le0 at ledma0 offset 0x8c00000 pri 6: address 08:00:20:77:6e:bc
le0: 16 receive buffers, 4 transmit buffers
SUNW,CS4231 at sbus0 slot 4 offset 0xc000000 not configured
power-management at sbus0 slot 4 offset 0xa000000 not configured
rd0: fixed, 4352 blocks
rootdev=0x1100 rrootdev=0x6a00 rawdev=0x6a02
WARNING: clock gained 58 days -- CHECK AND RESET THE DATE!
erase ^?, werase ^W, kill ^U, intr ^C, status ^T
upported terminals are: sun vt* pcvt* pc3 dumb
Terminal type? [sun] vt100
Erase is delete.
Kill is control-U (^U).
Interrupt is control-C (^C).
(I)nstall, (U)pgrade, or (S)hell? i
==================================================
Welcome to the OpenBSD/sparc 2.9 installion program.

This program is designed to help you put OpeBSD on your disk in a simple and
rational way.


As with anything which modifies your disk's contents, this program can
cause SIGNIFICANT data loss, and you are advised to make sure your
data is backed up before beginning the installation process.

Default answers are displayed in brackets after the questions.  You
can hit Control-C at any time to quit, but if you do so at a prompt,
you may have to hit return.  Also, quitting in the middle of
installation may leave your system in an inconsistent state.

You can run a shell command at any prompt via '!foo'
or escape to a shell by simply typing '!'.


The installation program needs to know which disk to consider the root disk.
Note the unit number may be different than the unit number you used in the
boot program (especially on a PC with multiple disk controllers).
Available disks are:

sd0

Which disk is the root disk? [sd0]
If you are unsure of how to use multiple partitions properly
(ie. separating /, /usr, /tmp, /var, /usr/local, and other things)
just split the space into a root and swap partition for now.

This platform requires that partition offsets/sizes be on cylinder
boundaries.
Partition offsets/sizes will be rounded to the nearest cylinder
automatically.

Initial label editor (enter '?' for help at any prompt)
> z
> a
partition: [a]
offset: [0]
size: [17689266] 8700000
Rounding to nearest cylinder: 8700993
FS type: [4.2BSD]
mount point: [none] /
> a
partition: [b]
offset: [8700993]
size: [8988273] 287280
FS type: [swap]
> a
partition: [d]
offset: [8988273]
size: [8700993]
FS type: [4.2BSD]
mount point: [none]
> q
Write new label?: [y]

You will now have the opportunity to enter filesystem information for sd0.
You will be prompted for the mount point (full path, including the
prepending
'/' character) for each BSD partition on sd0.  Enter "none" to skip a
partition or "done" when you are finished.

The following partitions will be used for the root filesystem and swap:
        sd0a    /
        sd0b    swap

Mount point for sd0d (size=4350496k) [, RET, none, or done]? done

Now you can select another disk to initialize.  (Do not re-select a disk
you have already entered information for).  Available disks are:

sd0

Which one? [done]

You have configured the following devices and mount points:

sd0a /

============================================================
The next step will overwrite any existing data on:
        sd0a

Are you really sure that you're ready to proceed? [n] y
Creating filesystems...
Warning: 1 sector(s) in last cylinder unallocated
/dev/rsd0a:     8700992 sectors in 2423 cylinders of 27 tracks, 133 sectors
        4248.5MB in 152 cyl groups (16 c/g, 28.05MB/g, 6784 i/g)

You will now be given the opportunity to configure the network.  This will
be
useful if you need to transfer the installation sets via FTP, HTTP, or NFS.
Even if you choose not to transfer installation sets that way, this
information
will be preserved and copied into the new root filesystem.

Configure the network? [y] y
Enter system hostname (short form, e.g. "foo"): [] francon
Enter DNS domain name (e.g. "bar.com"): [] douglas-cameron.net

If you have any devices being configured by a DHCP server
it is recommended that you do not enter a default route or
any name servers.


You may configure the following network interfaces (the interfaces
marked with [X] have been succesfully configured):

        [ ] le0

Configure which interface? (or, enter 'done') [le0]
IP address (or 'dhcp') ? [] 216.162.118.108
Symbolic (host) name? [francon]
Netmask ? [255.255.255.0] 255.255.255.248
Your use of the network interface may require non-default
media directives.  The default media is:
        media: Ethernet autoselect (10baseT)
This is a list of supported media:
        media 10baseT
        media 10base5
        media autoselect
If the default is not satisfactory, and you wish to use another
media, copy that line from above (e.g. "media 100baseTX")
Media directives? []

You may configure the following network interfaces (the interfaces
marked with [X] have been succesfully configured):

        [X] le0

Configure which interface? (or, enter 'done') [done]
Enter IP address of default route: [none] 216.162.118.105
Enter IP address of primary nameserver: [none] 216.162.118.107
Would you like to use the nameserver now? [y]

You will now be given the opportunity to escape to the command shell to do
any additional network configuration you may need.  This may include adding
additional routes, if needed.  In addition, you might take this opportunity
to redo the default route in the event that it failed above.
Escape to shell? [n]
/dev/sd0a on /mnt type ffs (rw, asynchronous, local)

Please enter the initial password that the root account will have.
assword (will not echo):
Password (again):
It is now time to extract the installation sets onto the hard disk.  Make
sure
the sets are either on a local device (i.e. tape, CD-ROM) or on a network
server.  You will have the chance to repeat this step or to extract sets
from
several places, so you don't have to try to load all the sets in one try and
can recover from some errors.

Install from (f)tp, (h)ttp, (t)ape, (C)D-ROM, (N)FS or local (d)isk? c

The following CD-ROM devices are installed on your system.
Please make sure the CD is in the CD-ROM drive and select
the device containing the CD with the installation sets:

cd0

Which CD-ROM contains the installation media? [cd0]

CD-ROM partition to mount (normally "c")? [c]

There are two CD-ROM filesystem types currently supported by this program:
cd9660          ISO-9660
ffs             Berkeley Fast Filesystem

Which filesystem type? [cd9660]
esp0: !TC on DATA XFER [intr 10, stat 83, step 4] prevphase 1, resid 800
mount_cd9660: /dev/cd0c on /mnt2: Invalid argument
Cannot mount CD-ROM drive.  Aborting.

Warning, no kernel (/mnt/bsd) installed!  You did not unpack a file set
containing a kernel--this is needed to boot.  Please note that the install
kernel is *not* suitable for general use.

You will now be given the chance to install the missing set(s).  You can
enter '!' at the prompt to escape to a shell and fix things by hand if you
wish.

Install from (f)tp, (h)ttp, (t)ape, (C)D-ROM, (N)FS or local (d)isk?