Can't boot with a new install
yraffah at savola.com
Tue Mar 28 06:18:05 UTC 2006
On Tue, 2006-03-28 at 06:54 +0530, Joseph Koshy wrote:
> yr> I see no reason why it can't boot of my drive after
> yr> installing FreeBSD, although this is not my first BSD
> Check if there is a disk geometry mismatch. Can you boot
> from a CD and access the hard-disk in 'fixit' mode?
Thank you Joseph for the reply and I would like to assure you that Yes,
I am able to boot from a CD and access the hard-disk in fixit mode by
mounting it under /mnt like this:
# mount /dev/ad0s1 /mnt
I can see all the folders in there were created yesterday, which is
correct! Any other hints to look for?
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