> I have a kernel that hangs at boot, so when I try to boot kernel.old, I
> have a problem.  At the Default: F1 prompt, I give it an F1 and then the
> space key give me
> >> FreeBSD/i386 BOOT
> Default: 0:wd(o,a)/boot/loader
> boot: _
> What do I put at the boot prompt.  I think the changes of the last few
> days have left me a little punchy.  I thought that I always put
> kernel.old or /boot/kernel.old.
> I appologize for such a dumb question.  I did check the boot manual and
> it says:
>      >> FreeBSD/i386 BOOT
>      Default: 0:ad(0,a)/kernel
>      boot:
> bios_drive:interface(unit,part) filename [-aCcDdghPrsv]
>              filename
>                      The pathname of the file to boot (relative to the
> root
>                      directory on the specified partition).  Defaults to
>                      /kernel.  Symbolic links are not supported (hard
> links
>                      are).
> I still don't get it.
> TIA,
> ed

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