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OpenBSD doesn't boot correctly from the second SCSI disk?



	I'm trying to use OpenBSD on my desktop machine, an i386 box with win98
on one drive and OpenBSD on the second, both SCSI. The install seems to
go flawlessly, and the kernel will boot when I reboot the machine. The
problem is that when it tries to mount the / filesystem, it ALWAYS tries
sd0a, no matter what. It SHOULD be using sd1a, and the fstab even has
this correctly recorded. Anyone know what causes this? Is this a bug, or
what?

	Any help appreciated...

	Matt

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Matt Housh                              Email: mhoush_(_at_)_utulsa_(_dot_)_edu
Microcomputer Specialist        Engineering and Natural Sciences
                                         The University of Tulsa
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