On 31-Dec-01 Julian Elischer wrote:
> I just did a "make buildworld; make installworld; mergemaster"
> I am not at home at teh moment and the laptop is the only machine there
> so the serial; cable wouldn't help much..
> I will re-install it and try it again with your suggested hack
> As for what's there I'm not kidding when I say "too fast for my neurons".
> It flashes past so quickly I;m not completely sure at all what I'm seeing.
> CDROM bootblocks worked fine :-)
Yeah, when it reboots, it is fast. Introducing some sort of delay in exit() on
i386 might not be that bad of an idea.
> On Mon, 31 Dec 2001, John Baldwin wrote:
>> On 31-Dec-01 Julian Elischer wrote:
>> > I upgraded by cvs on saturday night,
>> > Sunday I didn't use it.
>> > Monday I tried to boot it. but the loader says:
>> > ASSERT <mumble>
>> > and the system reboots
>> Hmm, the string "ASSERT" doesn't appear as a text string anywhere under
>> /sys/boot. Hmm, libstand does have it, and the ficl library seems to use
>> A serial console would save the message so you had time to read it. :) If
>> want to introduce a sleep, then sys/boot/i386/loader/main.c has an exit()
>> function you could put a while(1) or some such in. Are you sure you don't
>> your loader and 4th scripts out of sync?
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