FreeBSD 6.0 and Shuttle AMD64
crispy.beef at ntlworld.com
Fri Jan 6 03:24:50 PST 2006
Jean-Baptiste Potonnier wrote:
>>> Ok, I think so,
>>> but it seems I can't load anything!
>> Try typing 'autoload' and then hitting return to see what that does,
>> it should start to load a kernel.
> Tried this yesterday an get a message such "cannot find kernel"
> Get the meny by typing "beastie-start"=> each entry fails.
> I 'll try with NetBSD this evening... if it fails go back to slack
In that case do an ls and see if you can see a kernel, might be called
kernel.old or something and type 'boot <kernel name>', that should boot it up.
You shouldn't really have to do this from the ISO you downloaded, maybe it's
worth getting it down again and burning out a fresh copy?
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