boot problem - how can I access the file system
nawcom at nawcom.no-ip.com
Sat Sep 3 20:47:42 PDT 2005
these are all windows programs that take away the frustration
of installing linux. however freebsd and any os follows the same concept
when it comes
to boot disks (.img) - so give rawwrite a try.
if you really want to do it "unix style" via dd he has a windows copy of
dd on there:
Let me know if you need any help making the fixit disk via any of the
utilities i just mentioned.
Robert Fitzpatrick wrote:
>On Sat, 2005-09-03 at 13:31 -0500, Kevin Kinsey wrote:
>>What resources do you have?
>Don't have another FreeBSD machine at this location. I have my SuSE 9.2
>linux workstation and Windows 2003 server machine.
>>2] Fixit CD or Fixit floppy. Available via FTP
>I tried the Fixit CD (disc 2) and it says 'ldconfig could not create the
>ld.so hints' and that my dynamic executables from the disc most likely
>won't work. When I Alt+F4, typing any command such as 'ls' gives me a
>segmentation fault. I am running 5.3 on a old AMD 500 with 512MB RAM.
>Not sure how to get the images for floppies on to my floppy. The 'dd'
>command does not seem to work in my linux env and I don't find the
>fdimage.exe for Windows.
>Appreciate any help.
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