A problem with loader
mueller23 at insightbb.com
Wed Oct 3 02:04:11 UTC 2012
from Zbigniew <zbigniew2011 at gmail.com> :
> installed recently 9.0 - and I've got a little problem: while booting,
> "loader" somehow gets incorrect currdevice value, stopping boot
> process. It does get "disk1s6a", but it should be "disk1s7a". I can
> boot system, when I set currdev "manually", then type "boot".
> But how can I change it for steady, avoiding this typing each time? Of
> course, loader won't read its config files, when not having access to
> root directory. How can I pass the proper value to loader immediately?
> Maybe the fact, that I'm booting FreeBSD using GRUB, can be of any help?
Which GRUB are you using, legacy (0.97) or GRUB2?
Are you sure you specify the partition correctly in GRUB?
Partition numbering starts from 0 in GRUB legacy but from 1 in GRUB2.
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