I think the problem is elsewhere: as indicated below, I can't see
*anything*. There should be kernel, kernel.old, kernel.GENERIC, and
kernel.GENERIC.old, but boot <whatever> always generates:
can't find '<whatever>'
John Reynolds suggested that I might have something odd in
/boot/loader.conf; it's quite possible, but it seems more likely that
I've somehow made / unreachable (??).
According to Kevin Oberman (July 25, 2000):
| > ok ls
| > open '/' failed: no such file or directory
| You say you did a buildkernel. Did you specify a kernel name? If not,
| you can try GENERIC.
| Boot to the boot prompt ("ok") and enter "boot GENERIC -s". That
| should load and boot a kernel named 'GENERIC'. If you specified a
| kernel name to buildkernel and installkernel, use that name in place
| of 'GENERIC'.
Russell D. Murphy
Department of Economics
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
3034 Pamplin Hall
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0316
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