More on booting 43P-140

Leigh Brown leigh at
Sun Jul 15 05:06:54 EST 2001

>> 7.1 and Debian woody.  However, both have the same problem - they say
>> I don't have any disks!  This is weird because in both installers I
>> can bring up a shell and manually create and mount an ext2 partition
>> on hdisk1 (/dev/sdb).
> Do you have devfs active in your .config? If yes, boot with "nodevfs"
> or devfs=off.
> cat /proc/partitions should show /dev/sdaX and notsomething different.

Thanks.  I rebuilt the kernel without devfs support and its working now.
Hopefully, that was the last obstacle to a successful install.



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