boot disk uses the wrong scsi driver
hay at kaostr.org
Wed Feb 25 16:12:55 PST 2004
No, nothing I see during boot. I have one IDE hard disk, 20Gb Maxtor. We
have CD driver enclosure pc case, if floopy is needed for everything for
what CD was invented? 5.2 booting iso image has problem? I dont know if
there is a problem or I dont know nothing about bootable CD writing...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Vogt" <turbo23 at gmx.net>
To: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 2:09 AM
Subject: boot disk uses the wrong scsi driver
> I try to boot Fbsd 5.2.1 release from a floppy disk in order to make a
> net installation. The boot disk uses always the wrong SCSI driver. It
> loads every time the "adv" SCSI driver. But I need the "asr" driver. So
> the systems hangs all the time. Is there a possibility to send a
> paramater during the boot session to defines the SCSI right driver?
> Something like "set hint.asr.enable="1"?
> Thomas Vogt
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