Help: Can't boot new 4.0 STABLE system!

Help: Can't boot new 4.0 STABLE system!

Post by Sean » Thu, 15 Jun 2000 04:00:00



Hi,
    I just completed a make world (and I did it while the system was
running in multi-user mode).  Now I can't boot up my new system with
either the new kernel I compiled, nor the GENERIC one.  When I try to
boot up my new 4.0 kernel, it just hangs at "ufs: mounting wd0s1a"  It
also hangs a the same spot with the GENERIC kernel.  I've booted up the
fixit.flp image right now, and have wd0 mounted.  What should I do now?
I tried making a new ad0s1a device in dev, but it doesn't seem to help.
Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

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1. 4.0-20000430-STABLE vs. 4.0-STABLE

Hello,

Is 4.0-20000430-STABLE the same as 4.0-STABLE?
What are differences?

It's found in /snapshots/i386, so is it a preview of 4.0-STABLE?
For fresh install, is it better to install 4.0-RELEASE than
4.0-20000430-STABLE?

If I want to update my 4.0-RELEASE to 4.0-STABLE, will I eventually get
the same thing as 4.0-20000430-STABLE?

Thanks,

David

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