bootmgr on pc engines wrap board
dcornejo at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 23:48:32 UTC 2006
NanoBSD write the boot block to use the disk packet (BIOS INT 0x13)
interface. This doesn't work on any of the WRAP or Soekris (45xx or
48xx) boards I've got.
>From memory: look for the boot0cfg line at around line 367 of the
nanobsd.sh script and delete "-o packet" from it.
You can prove it by running boot0cfg with the "-o nopacket" option on
the CF card.
On 11/1/06, Ask Bjørn Hansen <ask at develooper.com> wrote:
> bootmgr hangs on the PC Engines WRAP board.
> It's been brought up before on the small@ list (IIRC), but with no
> It hangs just after
> "1 FreeBSD
> 2 FreeBSD"
> I have a stack of the WRAP boards I was going to use for the NTP
> Pool, but I really want to use a nanobsd style install which needs
> bootmgr - so I'm stuck. Can anyone help?
> - ask
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