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problems with 3.0 after installation on laptop (fwd)
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- Subject: problems with 3.0 after installation on laptop (fwd)
- From: Nikolaus Hiebaum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 10:37:19 -0500 (EST)
Apologies for my cross-posting to faq@... I overlooked that there are more
I want to run OpenBSD 3.0 on an IBM Laptop (Thinkpad 350C: 8MB RAM, 250MB
HDD). The installation process goes fine, no problems at all. [My HDD is
identified as IBM-H2258-A3]
I have base30.tgz, comp30.tgz, etc30.tgz, man30.tgz, and the kernel (bsd).
2 partitions: one swap on b, and the rest on a
After installation I reboot, and the system stops at
"setting tty flags"
Nothing works anymore, no ctrl-alt-del, I have to pull the plug, and the
same things happens. I tried with OpenBSD 2.9 and the same.
But it may also happen that the machine keeps rebooting time after time.
Once I manged to boot it into single user mode but cannot repeat this.
One thing I noticed is that during boot it displays several times
"straying on interrupt 7" and
"straying on interrupt 15"
Any ideas? I "just" need to get the darn thing running. :)
P.S. - If you complain about not posting a dmesg ... since installation
worked like a charm, I didn't print one. *stupid-me*
*Draft beer, not people*