Carlo Dapor wrote:
> The medium I mount is a hard disk partition.
> /dev/ad0s1 is my win98 boot drive, /dev/ad0s2* my FreeBSD world.
> It has worked for almost a year, never had a crash or lost a single byte.
> I can go back to the kse kernel, and remount Win98, with the instructions
> You just posted.
well here's the best procedure..
get newest version
try reproduce the crash from single-user-mode
but to the dumpon() command first
try get a coredump.
If you have bith the coredump and a debug kernel
in the build environment, I can take them and
use them to try locate the problem.
(If you get the coredump i can probably find a plac eyou can upload them to, or
if you have somehere i can download them from....)
> Ciao, derweil,
> > I can not reproduce this with a memory disk image of an msdos floppy
> > (I do not have a floppy on that machine)
> > can you try accessing the floppy without mounting?
> > e.g. can you try using it as a raw device with TAR or something?
> > Maybe it's the floppy driver rather than tehe filesystem.
> > If you can get a coredump and thus a stack backtrace
> > it could be very helpful.
> > thanks
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