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Re: Anyway to get 3.2 to run with an Adaptec 2940UW controller?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Anyway to get 3.2 to run with an Adaptec 2940UW controller?
- From: Anthony Schlemmer <aschlemm_(_at_)_attbi_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 10:45:02 -0800
- Organization: AT&T Broadband
I did get a reply via email and it was suggested to me that I make sure
I don't have a SCSI disk with an ID of 0 on it. I changed the ID on my
system's internal SCSI disk to 1 and "fsck" was able to repair the
filesystems and the system booted all the way up into multi-user mode.
I haven't tried accessing the SCSI CDROM drive again but I guess I'll
give it a try and see what happens.
On Saturday 16 November 2002 21:52 pm, Anthony Schlemmer wrote:
> Well I seemed to have screwed the pooch and hosed my new install of
> OBSD 3.2 on my system that has an Adaptec 2940UW controller. This is
> a bit of a shock as the Adaptec controller worked fine with OBSD 3.1.
> I got OBSD it installed via FTP and I thought I'd save time and
> install the source from the CDROM set. As soon as my system accessed
> the CDROM it crashed and I was staring at ddb prompt. I'm now stuck
> unable to boot the system as the system seems to crash during the
> fsck since the filesystems weren't unmounted cleanly because of my
> earlier crash.
> Any suggestions or am I out of luck for now getting 3.2 installed on
> my system?
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