misc/110151: sysinstall don't respects install root while
czuczy at publishing.hu
Sat Mar 10 10:20:04 UTC 2007
>Synopsis: sysinstall don't respects install root while partitioning
>Arrival-Date: Sat Mar 10 10:20:04 GMT 2007
>Originator: Czuczy Gergely
FreeBSD 6.2-STABLE FreeBSD 6.2-STABLE #0: Tue Feb 27 12:04:37 CET 2007 toor at mort:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/FREESBIE i386
it's a customized freesbie. i'm trying to install a freebsd system via this disk, and when i'm trying to write out the labels on ad0s1 in sysinstall (previously i had configured it to installroot=/mnt) it writes the bsdlabel, and after that runfs newfs on ad0s1a and mounts it to / instead of /mnt. from this point, the whole system is messed up, reboot is required.
sysinstall should take into account the installroot option when mounting freshly labelled partitions.
lunch sysinstall, partition and label a disk, specify mount points for the disk, press w to write it out, and there it goes.
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