[rescue] OpenBSD on Intel
Sheldon T. Hall
shel at cmhcsys.com
Tue Apr 22 20:56:05 CDT 2003
Jonathan C. Patschke writes ...
> On Tue, 22 Apr 2003, Sheldon T. Hall wrote:
> > Obviously, I'm missing something. How do I tell it I've
> > changed the network
> > card, and to use the new one? Or for that matter, how do I tell it I've
> > changed any bit of hardware, i.e. what's OpenBSD's moral equivalent of
> > "boot -r"?
> boot -c
Do I insert that during the short pause when the "boot>" prompt is on the
> Use the "disable" command to disable drivers for any devices you don't
> have installed.
At that same point?
> Nine times out of ten, a hang at boot means that there
> is some driver installed that's probing the system in a way that other
> devices don't like.
I'd think so ... but why would that change?
Is there some way I can change the order of things?
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