Re: partition counting for Alpha
> > Yes. SUN, BSD, Digital UNIX use different partitioning scheme that
> > allows for 8 partitions.
I'm currently stuck with the following problem and I'm running out of
ideas. I'd appreciate any helpful responses.
When I normally partition a disk, I only can boot via MILO on a boot
When I install a kernel via rawboot/aboot I'm able to boot correctly
but destroy the partition table.
When I partition the disk with BSDs disklabel, I can't mke2fs the
I'm particularly interested how to mke2fs a BSD partitioned disk.
PS: Related problem: the kernel booted via aboot doesn't detect the
hardware correctly (especially not the NCR810); but the kernel, when
booted via MILO, works. I suspect the double initializing of the
SCSI-adapter to be the culprit (when double initializing the
hardware it works..)
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