can't install !
acme at enemy.org
Tue Sep 28 14:22:39 PDT 2004
* Dave Feustel <dfeustel at mindspring.com> [040926 15:36]:
> On Sunday 26 September 2004 04:37 am, Alex D'Elia wrote:
> > Now, i tried to install 5.2.1, and the beta versions of 5.3
> > but had no success, it always stops at the moment of creating
> > the filesystems.
> Try installing Openbsd 3.6 (either the 32-bit 386 version or the 64-bit amd version) from
> If neither works, then the odds go up that you have a hardware problem.
> If one or the other version of openbsd works, then you could have a hardware or software
> problem (or both). If both openbsd versions work, then you probably have a software
> problem with the Freebsd you are loading.
> Dave Feustel 1-260-422-5330
Hi !! everyone,
i still could not try to test with OpenBSD-3.5 but in the meanwhile
i used FreeBSD-amd64BETA6 with still the same error:
ad0: FAILURE READ_DMA status=51 ..... error=40 <UNCORRECTABLE> LBA=64
ad0: TIMEOUT READ_DMA retrying ( 2 retries left ) LBA=320172993
when it boots the kernel from acd0.
when then i do all the procedure to install the system through sysinstall
i get as error:
Unable to find device node for /dev/ad0s1b in /dev!
I also changed the cable, and i know HD was working because I used it before
with another system, still is pretty new !
So, now my intention is to try to use another HD, probably a SATA device
But i could not find reference to my controllers in the HARDWARE.HTM of the
atapci0: < PROMISE PDC20378 SATA150 controller >
ata2: on atapci0
ata3: on atapci0
ata4: on atapci0
atapci1: < VIA 6420 SATA150 controller >
ata5: on atapci1
ata6: on atapci1
atapci2: < VIA 8237 UDMA133 controller >
ata0: on atapci2
ata1: on atapci2
so i though of installing a SATA HD instead when i would find the
above controllers to be supported.
any hints ? :)
thanks a G,
** acme aka Alex D'Elia --> root.acme.com
** mail:: acme at enemy.org
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