Howard Jones <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I've been experimenting with PXE-driven installations in preparation for 
> the arrival of a pile of new servers, and I had a mostly-working setup 
> for FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE when 6.1 was announced this week.
>
> I've upgraded to 6.1 on my build system, and have it serving install 
> data and an mfsroot with my own install.cfg in it. It all works fine 
> except that after the target system reboots, and apparently every time 
> it boots, I get this:
>   "<pause; press any key to proceed to next line or '.' to end pause mode>"
> and have to press . to start the boot process proper.
>
> Has something changed in the console? The same system was fine with 
> 6.0-RELEASE. One other possibly relevant thing is that my install script 
> does set /boot.config to contain '-p'. Has something happened with 
> keyboard detection that would make the pause mode come on? It seems that 
> this pause mode has been in the console code for a while, although I 
> didn't know about it until now.

I thought that's what "-p" was supposed to mean in the boot flags...
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