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Re: Upgrade to unstable make it cannot mount root fs


Robert Millan <rmh@debian.org> writes:
> 2011/11/29 YunQiang Su <wzssyqa@gmail.com>:
>> When process the kernel boot, it ask me to input root fs like:
>> ufs:/dev/ad0s9
>> After typed, it still ask me to input.
> There's an option to list all available devices, try it and see if
> ad0s9 is listed.
> If it's not, maybe your device name changed, or maybe it isn't being detected.

I'm seeing some mixup beween kbsd-8 and kbsd-9 where the device name
changed from ad0p4 to ada0p4 which sounds similar to your issue. Found
it with the list option Robert mentioned.



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