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- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: 2.8 Installation
- From: Ragnar Beer <rbeer_(_at_)_uni-goettingen_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 18:01:43 +0100
While installing OpenBSD went smoothly with version 2.7 I seem to be
out of luck with 2.8.
Booting from Floppy28.fs the system hangs when it reaches the
scsi-controller configuration. Booting from the other two floppy
images the system reaches the install/upgrade/shell menu but no
harddisks are found later on. I have three scsi drives in there and
they appear when installing OBSD 2.7.
I have an Athlon 650 on a FIC SD11 with 2 Intel netcards (IRQ 9+11),
Viper 770 videocard (IRQ 11) and a Symbios 53C810 SCSI (IRQ 10)
controller. The onboard USB Controller also uses IRQ 10, onboard IDE
What could be wrong? Any help appreciated.
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