On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 12:27 PM, Super Bisquit <supe...@gmail.com>wrote:
On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 12:19 PM, Nathan Whitehorn <nwhi...@freebsd.org>wrote:
On 03/09/11 10:27, Super Bisquit wrote:
On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 11:06 AM, Nathan Whitehorn <nwhi...@freebsd.org
On 03/09/11 09:29, Super Bisquit wrote:
Keyboard layout is not properly recognized. Non Sun keyboard.
Neither pc-sysinstall nor sysinstall will allow the creation of more
two partitions. When multiple partitions are created, it fails with not
being able to find the superblock.
Can you please provide more details? What keyboard layout did you select,
The last layout on the list us type
what kind of keyboard are you using?
ViewSonic PC105 usb
I forgot to ask: what specifically did you mean by "Not properly
The layout is PC105. The vertical separator is instead located where the
tilde key is, the question mark key is located at the number 6.
How did you attempt to lay out the partitions on disk?
/(root) swap /var /tmp /usr /usr/local /home
At what point and from where did you get the error about the superblock?
After the reboot, using pcsysinstall and the layout above. It dropped
immediately into single user mode
OK, so from the kernel. Which filesystem was it complaining about?
I used the freebsd-ufs. Everything after swap was not recognized. Also, the
last install would not let me create a /usr/local.
I have to step out away from my SPARC and PPC machines for a couple of
days. Apologies beforehand if the next reply is delayed.