FreeBSD 7.0 SATA Controller
koitsu at freebsd.org
Fri May 2 02:56:58 UTC 2008
On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 10:46:53PM -0400, Shaun Sabo wrote:
> i tried both the 7-stable and 7.0-RELEASE livefs disks and when i went into
> fixit then to CD/DVD livefs it would ask me for the livefs cd (which i had
> in the drive and which i booted from) it looks like i cant even mount the
> image of the livefs disk from the cd-rom drive.
I'd recommend you burn one of the snapshot livefs images to a CD and
boot it. This is what I was implying the first time around. It should
give you a live FreeBSD system with common utilities.
> also iv noticed that when i
> reboot after booting into the sysinstaller the bios gets about 2/3 of the
> way booted and stops and i have to hold the power and reboot to get back
> into opensuse/vista.
I don't understand what this means. "When I reboot after booting into
the sysinstaller". Are you talking about FreeBSD sysinstall?
Otherwise, any situation where the BIOS does not boot your hard disks
sounds more like a BIOS or system problem and definitely has nothing to
do with FreeBSD.
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