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To be specific I try to instal the amd64 variant of FreeBSD8.0 on a ProLiant DL385 G1.Since the server is remote installation is to be done via the virtualCD/DVD of the Does anyone know what the > > > problem is? > > > > No, it could be lot of things, but you might try a minimal install > > until I am booting directlyfrom the CD,Post by Lowell GilbertPost by Adam Kingconfigure all relevant option and and when I commit to installing, itError mounting /dev/acd0 on /dist: Input/Output error (5)I browsed Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: Next Message by Date: Atom 330 testing I have this exact same board, also updated the bios after some bootup trouble, and found http://kshelper.com/freebsd-error/freebsd-error-mounting-dev-acd0.html

Free forum by Nabble Edit this page ≡ MenuHomeAboutLinux Shell Scripting TutoriaLRSS/FeednixCraftLinux and Unix tutorials for new and seasoned sysadmin.FreeBSD Mount CDROM / DVD Drive From The Command Prompt by Vivek Get Yourself a cool, short @in.com Email ID now! _______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questionsTo unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" « Return to freebsd-questions | 1 view|%1 views Loading... Select the cd0 device instead of acd0 to use the virtual cddrive.I recon the problem occurs because of confusion between the physical cddrive and the virtual ditto.Cheers,PallePost by Ewald JenischHi,I'm having Warren Block schreef: > Testing a mini-ITX Intel D945GCLF2 motherboard with Atom 330 processor. > > The 330 is the dual-core HTT version of the Atom 270 found in all the

It shuts itself off while the kernel is starting, usually just after > "Starting network". Here's what I'd try. Katinka Mills 2003-07-14 01:13:47 UTC PermalinkRaw Message -----Original Message-----Sent: Monday, 14 July 2003 9:05 AMTo: Lowell GilbertSubject: Re: Newbie install error mounting /dev/acd0 on /distVersion number is 5.1.

no, do not subscribeyes, replies to my commentyes, all comments/replies instantlyhourly digestdaily digestweekly digest Or, you can subscribe without commenting. I am using an older computer, a Dell OptiPlex GX1100(Approx 3 years old), someone else replied saying that they had the sameproblem with 5.1 on older hardware.Hmm. Please remember that 5.1 is intended for "early adopters", andyou're generally expected to help solve any problems that you runinto. OSDir.com freebsd-questions Subject: Error Mounting /dev/acd0 on /dist: input/outputerror (5) Date Index Thread: Prev Next Thread Index hi all,i was trying to install the freebsd7.0 to my USB HDD

I am booting directly from the CD, > configure all relevant option and and when I commit to installing, it > fails with the error message: > > Error mounting /dev/acd0 An xubuntu 8.10 liveCD > also shuts off during boot. dmesg and model numbers with bios, bmc versions, etc wouldbe greatly appreciated. GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure

This can't be a problem with the > "CD/DVD" since I've mounted the ISO-image via a virtual drive. > > I've already tried downloading the ISO again - same result. > I am booting directly > from the CD, > > > configure all relevant option and and when I commit to installing, it > > > fails with the error message: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/pxe/article.html suggests using "vnconfig vn0 mfsroot" But vnconfig is disabled in 8.0. Regards, Simon -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed...

Does anyone know what theproblem is?Thanks,Adam Stephen 2003-07-13 14:17:03 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Being new to this myself, I can only tell you that I had the sameproblem with the 5.1 CURRENT If you are > measuring a single-threaded task, that's all you can get. I am booting directly from the CD,configure all relevant option and and when I commit to installing, itError mounting /dev/acd0 on /dist: Input/Output error (5)I browsed the mailing list and found You need to use mount command.

The new IPMI managementcards are still unknown.Oops, now I understand.Just curious: Why can the machine boot off the CD/DVD then duringinstallation goes south - shouldn't it be either "I recognize thisdrive" http://kshelper.com/freebsd-error/freebsd-error-code-126.html Connect by SSH andperform either a cd-rom install with the install iso mounted or viaftp/http install.I would anxiously try anything if anybody were to give me access to aproliant. All you have to do now, is to resume the build (cd ..; make build). To be specific I try to instal the amd64 variant ofFreeBSD 8.0 on a ProLiant DL385 G1.Since the server is remote installation is to be done via thevirtual CD/DVD of the

What is the easiest and the simplest way? AC power has to be turned off or > disconnected to clear it and let it start up again. > > Right now it has -current, although the problems seem the Shows up as four processors on FreeBSD. Source If you are just looking at the clock speed, > please understand that CPU manufacturers lately are working to LOWER > clocks speeds because it saves power, and to speed up

Just ? > once or twice, for example. I haven't tried other OSes. > > After it has turned itself off, keyboard numlock LED remains on, power > and reset buttons do nothing. If either special or node are not provided, the appropriate information is taken from the fstab file.

Option #1: Use /etc/fstabIn most cases /etc/fstab lists your CDROM drive so all you

Here's what I'd try.

Yay Intel for providing a bootable ISO ROM update image! > > It still has two major issues: > > 1. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). I am booting directly from the CD, > > configure all relevant option and and when I commit to installing, it > > fails with the error message: > > > It may be SMP, but for any single > thread, it cannot go faster than one of the processors.

Does anyone know what theproblem is?No, it could be lot of things, but you might try a minimal installuntil you get the system booting itself, then go back in and installthe Please consider the K.I.S.S principle. -- Best regards, Odhiambo WASHINGTON, Nairobi,KE +254733744121/+254722743223 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ This can't be a problem with the"CD/DVD" since I've mounted the ISO-image via a virtual drive.I've already tried downloading the ISO again - same result.Likewise I tried with the CD-image instead http://kshelper.com/freebsd-error/freebsd-error-code-127.html My fix was to use another drive :o) the original drive worked fine once the OS was installed, only ever happened on FreeBSD 4.4X Regards, Kat. --- Outgoing mail is certified

Adam King 2003-07-14 01:05:20 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Version number is 5.1. I am using an older computer, a DellOptiPlex GX1100(Approx 3 years old), someone else replied saying that they had the sameproblem with 5.1 on older hardware.----- Original Message -----Sent: Monday, July Without knowing what > it is you want to do, and what you are experiencing, it is very hard > to know how to help you. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).

Does anyone know what theproblem is?No, it could be lot of things, but you might try a minimal installuntil you get the system booting itself, then go back in and installthe Thanks for thehelp.Cheers,Adam----- Original Message -----From: "Lowell Gilbert" To: "Adam King" <***@lgh.com.au>Cc: Sent: Monday, July 14, 2003 11:25 AMSubject: Re: Newbie install error mounting /dev/acd0 on /distPost by Lowell GilbertPost by Does anyone know what the > problem is?