10-CURRENT i386 memstick snapshots broken?
gjb at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jun 7 21:23:03 UTC 2013
On Fri, Jun 07, 2013 at 03:51:29PM -0500, Jimmy wrote:
> Greetings -
> I had originally started playing with the 10-CURRENT amd64 release
> a couple of months ago (no complaints here - keep up the good work!)
> and had used the memstick snapshot to set things up back then with
> no problems.
> Now I'd like to wipe everything and switch to the i386 version, but
> the memstick images (all of the last 4 or 5) seem to be broken.
> My machine sees that the USB stick is there, but won't boot off of
> it at all. When I do 'fdisk' on /dev/da0 with the i386 stuff loaded,
> I get a invalid partition error, so on a hunch I decided to take a
> closer look at the memstick images using
> dd if=xxx-memstick bs=512 count=1 | hd
> The amd64 images look like what I would expect: some bootblock code
> with a partition table at the end and the "a5" type marker. The i386
> image, however, is ALL '00'. It would appear the whatever puts those
> memstick images together (src/release/i386/make-memstick.sh, perhaps?)
> is failing for some reason.
> Has anyone else tried the i386 memstick and having the same problem?
Hmm. Thanks for the report. I'll take a look at the logs for i386, but
they are generated the same way as the amd64, so in theory should not
have any noticable difference.
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