Forgot to Cc list: > > After seemingly successfully installing it onto a box (I > have several > > other of these exact machines running 5 and 6.0), after reboot, it > > claims it can't find the kernel. I've ls'd pretty much all of the > > directories on the hard disk, and sure enough, it doesn't > appear the > > kernel was installed. (I performed the install 4 times to be sure). > > > > That happened to me the first time, but worked the second time and I > knew the second install was different than the first install for I was
> all of a sudden presented with single gui "install-questions" > regarding users, and stuff like that. Not what I did different the > second time other than resize the partitions by a slight amount to > ensure that nothing from the previous install was used, even a > previously formatted partition. Thanks for the reply. Interesting, prior to this release, I just breezed through the screens after selecting standard install, and it must of always selected a minimal install by default without any interaction. Prior, I would not install any distribution sets, ports or the like until after the reboot. In 6.1, I actually had to scroll down and select minimal install. I find it strange that it wouldn't install the 'bare minimum' by default, without having to select the 'minimum' entry. Anyway, I'm all up and running now. Tks! Steve _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"