No offense, but when installing from scratch using sysinstall, do you
actually have a command line available in that phase of the install?
If I'm not mistaken, you don't get the "emergency holographic shell"
until you commit, at which point disk partitioning has already been
you have to choose rescue disk from menu and CD/DVD.
actually - i don't use sysinstall at all. it's easier to boot livecd, and
bsdlabel+newfs+mount+decompress files+bsdlabel -B+edit fstab manually
at least for me
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