The last push
teilhk at Phreaker.net
Tue May 13 16:04:58 PDT 2003
On Tue, 2003-05-13 at 14:00, Simon Barner wrote:
> > What to do now? I haven't been able to guess the right input, and I
> > haven't been able to fix the kernel. I have erased all filesystem types
> > from my configuration, except FFS.
> > Last thing to note. In my previous kernel, the HD where I have FreeBDS
> > installed was ad2, in this new kernel, it is ad1.
> Do you still have your old kernel? You can use it to boot and fix your
> At the boot prompt enter the following commands
> unload // unloads your bad kernel
> load kernel.old // if this does not work, you can also try
> // kernel.GENERIC
Yes, no problem on this side. I made a back up of my first working
kernel. The problem is how I fix the new kernel.
Who ate my sandwich?
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