On Mon, 19 Feb 1996, Peter Stubbs wrote:
At boot time it claims it's booting from wd1a, yet at the drive
detection time it finds the drive & calls it wd2. Then panics when it
can't mount root.
Can you boot from a floppy OK using
Boot: wd(2,a)/kernel ?
You are probably stuck on that method for life since most BIOSs can't
boot off the second controller without help.
build a kernel with wd2 as the boot device
boot from device with fbdsboot -r -D kernel (I think)
[compiled in rootdev, dos file "kernel")
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