System can not boot,
seems can not find right partition after add new label
dangkm at gmail.com
Sat Mar 15 22:17:00 UTC 2008
Thanks for reponse,
Problem is the boot partition can not be found.
I burned a install cdm using it I find I have set ad4s2 to be
bootable, so I changed it back.
But this time, the system said I have missing something on boot...
I do not want to waste too much time on it, as I can have the back up
data, So I re install using the new burned CD...
On 15/03/2008, Nikola Lečić <nikola.lecic at anthesphoria.net> wrote:
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> "Kemian Dang" <dangkm at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I can not remember whether I do something stupid, I just dd
> > if=/dev/zero of=/dev/ad4s2 to write zero, then when I want to use
> > bsdlabel to create new slice, but the new slice did not show up. So I
> > tried sysinstall, still did not work.
> What exactly did not work? You should use sysinstall (you can use
> FreeBSD installation CD or liveCD), go to Configure -> Fdisk, then
> change slice ad4s2 type to 165 and write the changes. I should work.
> Best regards.
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