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booting problem w/ OpenBSD 2.9
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: booting problem w/ OpenBSD 2.9
- From: Csaba Bobak <rendszergazdi_(_at_)_trendkft_(_dot_)_hu>
- Date: Thu, 04 Oct 2001 06:12:32 GMT
I am new to this list so first of all I would like to ask you to point
to a good archive.
And if I write this I put my question:
I have just installed OpenBSD 2.9 to a HP NsetServer E40 with http (not
from CDROMs for I have not possess them - let me ask a hungarian
list-reader if any to contact me regarding the CDs). It succeeded, I
could boot it from SCSI disk. After that I put an IDE disk in the
computer and it caused a strange problem: OpenBSD fails to boot now. The
computer makes the self-test and the SCSI scan, then the screen clears, a
text cursor appears at the top left and all stops. If I remove the IDE
disk I can boot successfully again. The IDE disk is slave, there is an
IDE CDROM on the same cable as master. They are on HDD2. HDD1 is empty.
Please help me, I need that second disk.
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