On Mon, 20 Jan 2003, Mike Loiterman wrote:

> Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 21:42:23 -0600
> From: Mike Loiterman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: CD-ROM installtion problems.
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> Just downloaded 5.0 and successfully burnt the discs.
> Unfortunately I have been unable to get my system to boot with the discs.  Disc 1 
>works fine with others systems, however.
> I can boot the system with a windows disk without problems, so the CD-ROM drive 
>appears to work.
> I can boot the system with the floppies, but when I try to install from the CD-ROM 
>drive it says it there was an error mount /dev/adc0.
> I'm using a promise Ultar133TX2 ata adapter which is supported by FreeBSD according 
>to the documentation.  The card sees both the HD and the CD-ROM. 
> I used Nero Burning ROM to burn the disc.  I created an Image from the ISO.  Did I 
>burn the disc incorrectly?  

The ISO already *is* an image. If you get a directory listing of the CD in 
e.g. win32 do you see 1 enormous file or the BSD CD structure? If the disk 
was burned improperly, you'll see just 1 large file on the CD and not the 
correct file structure.


#  John Bleichert 
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