elf64_loadimage: read failed
can't load file /boot/kernel/kernel
Can the same when attempting to load kernel.old, had to revert to old
snapshot on usb rescue.
This is not a hardware problem.
On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 10:43 AM, Warner Losh <i...@bsdimp.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 8:16 AM, Guido Falsi <m...@madpilot.net> wrote:
> > On 03/05/17 16:04, Roberto Rodriguez Jr wrote:
> >> I installed the latest snapshot and when I checked out the latest Source
> >> yesterday evening I rebuilt world and kernel installed kernel rebooted
> >> installed World follow every step in the handbook and I continue to
> have an
> >> input output error at boot time I can't attach a picture at the moment
> >> any text about the error cuz I cannot proceed after the boot screen
> >> UEFI.. I get a ? prompt
> > I am unable to help you about this, I'm not an expert about UEFI, but
> > anyone able to will need some more information.
> > You should at least state make and model of your Mother board and CPU,
> > kind of disks attached, type make and model of controller. If it is a
> > branded box, make and model of the box could suffice.
> If it is the UEFI Shell, which is possible, try typing 'FS0:' and see
> if the prompt changes to FS0:\> or similar. Then cd boot and see if
> there's an EFI subdir. cd to EFI subdir and see if there's any .efi
> programs. There should at least be bootx64.efi if there's a loot
> loader. If there is, you can type bootx64.efi. If not, then I'm not
> sure what the ? is.
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