I had this problem when I was using an older model motherboard with
only 64k memory.
I moved HD to an newer pc to install FreeBSD to HD them returned HD
to first box and all was ok.
Then configured FreeBSD OS on older box with out any problems after
that.

Read 6.0 notes about dropped support for i386 cpu which I think is
the cause of problem

-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Nagy László
Zsolt
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 8:53 AM
To: Jeff Rollin; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Problem installing FreeBSD 6.0


Jeff Rollin wrote:
> could you post the partition layout? (i know you said you used
> automatic partitioning but the size of the filesystems varies
> depending on the size of the slice.)
Slices screen:

Disk name: ad0
Geometry: 14596 cyls/255 heads/63 sectors = 234484740 sectors
(114494 MB)

Offset    | Size(ST) | End          | Name   | PType | Desc
|
Subtype | Flags
0         | 63       | 62           | -      | 12    | unused
| 0
63        | 92164842 | 92164904     | ad0s1  | 4     | NTFS/HPFS/QNX
| 7
92164905  | 73384920 | 165549824    | ad0s2  | 8     | freebsd
| 165
165549825 | 68941118 | 234490942    | -      | 12    | unused
| 0

Partitions screen:

Part   | Mount     |  Size    |   NewFs    |  Part
ad0s2a | /         | 512MB    |  UFS2      |  Y
ad0s2b | swap      | 4070MB   |  SWAP      |
ad0s2d | /var      | 3059MB   |  UFS2+S    |  Y
ad0s2e | /tmp      |  512MB   |  UFS2+S    |  Y
ad0s2f | /usr      |27678MB   |  UFS2+S    |  Y


I choose option 6 "Kern-Developer   -   Full binaries and doc,
Kernel
sources only"

Then I get the error while I see this:

"Extracting base into / directory"


Best,

   Laci


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