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Re: New to OpenBSD
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: New to OpenBSD
- From: "David A. Muszynski" <david_(_at_)_tmcmktg_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 14:18:00 -0500
- Organization: Technology Marketing Corp.
It appears like booting in single user mode.
I've tried booting to single user mode as well as regular boot.
Are you booting from hard disk ? removed floppy and cd ?
I'm booting from a HD, there is no floppy or CD.
What's the message that appears before entering single user mode (#
Aside from about 2 screens full of junk during boot that I don't
know how to capture, I get "Enter path to sh, or (enter) for sh:
Are you seeing error messages ?
Just something about "/ was not unmounted correctly, run fsck"
Are you putting some flags at boot> prompt ?
I never get a boot prompt
Did you create the filesystems to /usr and /var ? Was they created
correctly, without errors
like 'for xxx cylinders you need a minimum of xxx sectors ... etc'
Yes, they were created with no errors.
Type, at # prompt :
I'll try this when I get home.
and check results
Send the /etc/fstab contents, boot messages, fdisk and disklabel output.
How do I capture boot messages?
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