The last push

Simon Barner barner at
Tue May 13 12:00:25 PDT 2003

> What to do now? I haven't been able to guess the right input, and I
> haven't been able to fix the kernel. I have erased all filesystem types
> from my configuration, except FFS.
> Last thing to note. In my previous kernel, the HD where I have FreeBDS
> installed was ad2, in this new kernel, it is ad1.

Do you still have your old kernel? You can use it to boot and fix your

At the boot prompt enter the following commands

unload  // unloads your bad kernel
load kernel.old // if this does not work, you can also try
                // kernel.GENERIC

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