Randy Schultz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Hey all,
> I've got a 4.6 system that I'm trying to get to 4.7.  I've dropped on the
> sysinstall from 4.7(per the docs).  I run it as 
> "/stand/sysinstall installUpgrade".  When I get to the "Choose Installation
> Media" screen I go into Options to change the Release Name.  Regardless of
> what I do on this screen, in fact even if I do nothing at all, when I press
> 'Q' to quit sysinstall exits, dropping right to the commandline.  On the 
> screen it says "chflags'ing old binaries - please wait".  There doesn't 
> seem to be anything about this in docs or list/newsgroup archives and I've
> tried a number of different things - making sure I'm root, perms on chflags,
> getting chflags from the 4.7 dist, even different term types and keyboards
> (hey - maybe there was some weird key bounce going on ;).  I'm guessing
> PEBCAK but am not sure where to look.

This shouldn't matter, but what happens if you actually boot from the
install floppies instead?

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