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Result of snapshot test, sparc
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Result of snapshot test, sparc
- From: Bengt Kleberg <bengt_(_at_)_softwell_(_dot_)_se>
- Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 14:51:12 +0200
I hope this is where thre snapshot tests are supposed to be sent...
1 After (I)nstall I get a
TERMCAP line 1 col 14 terminal 'sun'....
2 Getting a list of ftp servers fails, but I can manually enter a name and things will work.
3 http install does not give me a default path to the files, such as ftp install does.
4 the default path when doing ftp install is for pub/OpenBSD/2.8/saprc, and should be snapshots
5 if i use dhcp i only get the first (bast.tar.gz) package. the rest fails with:
No address associated with ''proxy''
yes, i am behind a firewall, but with a manually entered ip address the install goes well.
Finally, would it be possible for the install script to wait with 'newfs' until i have confirmed that i can get the new
os? i have lost an old openbsd when the floppy.fs could not find the cd-rom. and this time i failed to install
over http (probably proxy error here). teh latter problem is not mentioned as a bug, since ftp worked and
it could have been our proxy that created the problem. if http install should work, then it is a real bug.
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