At 06:34 PM 4/11/2007, Oscar Chavarria wrote:
Error Message: Loading /boot/defaults/loader.conf
Unable to load a kernel !
'
can't load 'kernel'

System: AMD Athlon 64 +3000 1.8GHz - 1.0GB RAM - Windows Server 2003
originally installed.

Background: Booting from CD FreeBSD seems to install without problems.
Create user, add sysadmin password, some utilities. Then system cannot
reboot when finished. When done manually, I choose F2 for FreeBSD and the
referenced error message appears. Windows boots normally when chosen.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Regards

Oscar Chavarria
Mobile:          +506 814-0247

Before you exit sysinstall you can check that the kernel has been copied in the emergency shell on alt+f4. You may need to manually copy copy the kernel.

        -Derek

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