> I had my first CVSup-ed source tre d/loaded today. It compiled correctly
> (make buildworld) and installed correctly (make installworld).
> But on rebooting the box, the loader fails to find a bootable kernel. It
> seems my loader.conf got trashed somewhere ... I get the list of the /
> partition, but the command
> load kernel
> gives me the "not found" message.

You should have build and installed a new kernel at the same time.

Try 'boot /kernel'.

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