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Figured I was letting my current install rot, so I decided to go the
tarball way so I was fresh and (reasonably) up to date.

Needless to say, GNUMach, right around the spot where
it loads/uses serverboot.gz, says:

hd02: bad access (sector etc info here)

I know it has to do with serverboot.gz because if I supply an incorrect
path, GNUMach says it can't find it, asks me to enter a correct one,
and gives that message right after.

I performed a badblock check on the partition (destructive and
non-destructive) as well. No reports.

Anyway, I don't know if any of the above is relevant, but the
system locks up after it loads exec, proc, init, auth.

It writes a newline after "auth." and sits there.

Known problem? I tried recreating the filesystem and reuntargzing it
and it still persists. I'm asking because I don't want to download 12 megs
again without being sure that it's absolutely necessary. :)

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