Problem with sysinstall ..

"Kerpal" Moore <gropep_it at internode.on.net>" at smtp0.adl1.internode.on.net "Kerpal" Moore <gropep_it at internode.on.net>" at smtp0.adl1.internode.on.net
Fri May 2 08:23:46 PDT 2003


ODHIAMBO Washington wrote:

>* gropep_it at internode.on.net <gropep_it at internode.on.net> [20030502 17:45]: wrote:
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>>So had a working system, you upgrded it and it was still working, then 
>>you put the drive in and then it all stopped working?
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>It does NOT stop working. Only sysinstall is misbehaving.
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>>It couldn't detect any discs?
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>It detects both disks correctly. I can access the disks even from Windows.
>This box dual boots. /var/run/dmesg.boot shows both disks.
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Bizarre. I guess you could test that it's sysinstall by using the 
command line tools... although I suppose that sysinstall is just a front 
end to those, so it doesn't sound very likley. Worth a shot perhaps...

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/disks-adding.html

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