Can't boot with NanoBSD. Two or one slice?
I want to migrate from 1.2.3 to 2.0…
Does anybody know if I have to do the same? Or not needed?
1. Modify the CF on a running box:
boot0cfg -v -B ad0
2. Go with the modified CF to NO RUNNING box:
Booting … serial ...
Limitation: No possible to boot from the second slice, as you said.
What kind of hardware is this running?
FabiaTech FX5622 as explained at:
Thanks in advance!
It's likely still required. The other hardware that change was needed for still requires it as well (Netgate Hamakua and FW7535)
I read other similar posts using no packet option for boot0cfg
packet Use the disk packet (BIOS INT 0x13 extensions) interface, as opposed to the legacy (CHS) interface, when doing disk I/O. This allows booting above cylinder 1023, but requires specific BIOS support. The default is `packet'.
Is the same reason? Is my system not allowing to boot above cylinder 1023?
Usually the nopacket mode was for really old hardware/BIOS setups like the WRAP.