On Wednesday 26 February 2003 09:23 am, Pierrick Brossin wrote:
> Quoting rew <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > You must installkernel and reboot before you can installworld.
> > Read
> > http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/makeworld.html
> > for more details.
> >
> > Daniel Bye
> Hi Daniel !
> I made/installed kernel and world quite a few times now and never, never,
> never reboot before installing world !
>  - make world
>  - install world
>  - make kernel
>  - install kernel

Agreed with Daniel.  Pierrick, this is an incorrect method.  the world target 
has been deprecated.  Really, read the handbook and UPDATING for more info.

To the OP, now that you borked your install by trying to installworld before 
you did installkernel, you may be in an indeterminate state that you can't 
get out of without a lot of work by hand sorting out the files.  You may need 
to backup and start over (fresh install)
Though possibly you can get it working with Bill's method of booting the old 
kernel and trying again.  But if you've done

you may be up a creek without a paddle.  (like I said not that you couldn't 
swim, but in this case it could be like swimming with a weight belt on)

Always read UPDATING and the handook.


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