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Bug#94435: possible explanation

On Fri, Jun 29, 2001 at 08:54:51AM -0600, Matt Kraai wrote:
> Howdy,
> I believe that the problem is caused by the root filesystem
> already being mounted on /dev/ram.  Could you please try
> installing to an NFS root again and, after booting, switch to tty2
> and run `mount' to print the current mountpoints.  If this shows
> /dev/ram to already be in use, then we'll need to either (a) use a
> different /dev/ram device when copying this image over or (b)
> change m68k (and possibly other architectures as well) to use
> /dev/ram0 for its root device.

I'll have to wait until I get another m68k machine to test on, alas.
My Quadra 605 decided to burn out not too long after submitting this
bug. Appears to need a new hard drive and new CPU.

-- Ferret

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