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boot manager without SCSI support or bug?
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: boot manager without SCSI support or bug?
- From: "Piero B. Contezini" <piero_(_dot_)_contezini_(_at_)_dauphin_(_dot_)_com_(_dot_)_br>
- Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 02:50:33 -0200
- Organization: Dauphin
i have started installing OpenBSD 2.9 in my new box and something goes wrong,
the bootmanager could not detect my scsi disk, and could not find the /bsd
I have found information in the FAQ about recompiling the default boot
manager but i couldn't being able yet to recompile one.
In Early versions of BSD i have used this SCSI disk without trouble, but
without IDE interfaces, Now there is 3 IDE slots used by cd/dvd-roms and disk
In next versions should be good to compile it in default install :) or fix
something if it is wrong.
Piero B. Contezini
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