yes i tried to load /boot/loader.conf but it says that there was syntax error while loading vesa module, the same problem happened with /boot/defaults/loader.conf I didnt edit /boot/loader.conf =) Is there any way I can edit those files? Im on winxp now, is there any program that can read/write fbsd partition?
On 4/5/07, Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Thu, Apr 05, 2007 at 02:44:24PM -0300, freenity wrote: > Hi > I have a problem after editing /boot/defaults/loader.conf, I wanted to > enable a boot splash picture. So when I rebooted, I coudnt boot :s After > selecting the booting type (normal boot or something) It showe loading > kernel text = 0x..... mem=0x..... and then it freezed. I can reboot it > pressing ctrl + alt + supr. > > Is there any way to fix it? Thanks. Well for starters you are not supposed to edit /boot/defaults, that is for default settings, not customized ones :) Override in /boot/loader.conf according to the directions in splash(4). I guess you might need to better follow the other directions there too, so if the problem persists then get back to us. Kris
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