For boot.config, you could create it with vi and enter the
boot string you want defaulted on line line like:
or whatever you would normally type in.
This was useful for me since I boot from the second drive and the
system hung if I did not type anything.
If your system booted ok from the default, just make an empty file.
Sergei Vyshenski wrote:
After upgrade to 2.2.8.stable from 2.2.5.release using cvsup,
everything runs exellent exept boot-time complains: