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OBSD 3.5 Boot Hangs on Sony VAIO PCG-F290
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: OBSD 3.5 Boot Hangs on Sony VAIO PCG-F290
- From: Ken Dickey <Ken_(_dot_)_Dickey_(_at_)_allvantage_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2005 18:28:59 -0800
- Organization: BitWize Consulting
I did an install from the 3.5 cd-rom onto a Sony VAIO PCG-F290. The boot is
fine until the filesystems are mounted. The last line I see at the console
is: "setting the tty flags" (just after mounting file systems).
I currently boot Yper Linux on /dev/hda1, dev/hda2 is a bootable a6=OpenBSD
partition with /, swap, /usr, /home, and /var disklabels. I double checked
that there is no overlap and enough space.
The install appeared to be fine. I set lilo to dual boot Ypoer/OpenBSD and
get the same behavior as by booting via cd-rom or floppy with "boot
hd0a:/bsd". [Hangs at same point].
I note that /etc/rc has the "setting tty flags" just before invoking "ttyflags
I can boot from a floppy, fsck and mount /, et cetera and things look good to
/var is empty.
I have been running 3.5 on a HP machine, so I know the vanilla 3.5 cd-rom is
Any hints on things to try/look for?
Thanks much in advance,