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Re: OpenBSD Installation(again)



You wrote (in your message from Mon 7)
[...]
 > are no disks listed and if I enter wd0 it says that the file system is full
 > and it can't write. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? If
   I need to

[...]
 > wd0c at isa0 port 0x1f0-0xf7 irq 14
 > atapibus at wdc0
 > acd0 at atapibus0 drive1 :<OTI-SCYLLA       V1.10> ATAPI 5/cdrom removabl=
 > e
 > wdc_atapi_intr: unknown phase 1
 > wdc_atapi_intr: unknown phase 1 
 > wdc_atapi_intr: unknown phase 1 
 > acd0:cant MODE SENSE: acd_get_mode failed
 > wd0 at wdc drive 0:<Maxtor 83500D4>
 > wd0: 3339MB,7237 cyl, 15 head, 63 sec, 512 bytes/sec (256K cache)
 > wd0: using 16-sector 16-bit pio transfers, lba addressing
 > wdc1 at isa0 port 0x170-0x177 irq 15
 > atapibus1 at wdc1
 > wd1 at wdc drive 0: <M1614TA>
 > wd1:1040MB, 2114 cyl, 16 head, 63 sec, 512 bytes/sec (64K cache)
 > wd1:using 16-sector 16-bit pio transfers, lba addressing
 > 

From your kernel boot messages, I see that `wd0' is your CDROM
drive. Your harddisk is `wd1'.  Try to tell the install procedure that 
you will install on wd1. But you may have other problems
with this setup. 

I'd suggest that you correct your hardware setup and
put the disk on the primary IDE and the CDROM on the secondary, like
most system do.

-- 
					Matthieu