>> Earlier, malathi selvaraj wrote:
M> after that i reinstall freebsd. and it will working, but now system is
M> not boot, it show error unable to load a kernel ..
>> On Mon, 06 Jul 2009 09:48:20 +0100,
>> Matthew Seaman <m.sea...@infracaninophile.co.uk> said:
M> So after the first problem, you reinstalled the system, which worked for
M> a while, but now will not boot because it can't load a kernel image?
This sounds a little like something that happened to me when I built
a 7.1 GENERIC kernel. When I did an installworld, I got this:
> Can't work out which disk we are booting from. Guessed BIOS device
> 0xffffffff not found by probes defaulting to disk0:
http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=2355 described the problem.
It turned out to be a broken boot/loader; the CD had a version that
was built before an untested change went into the source.
I tried a bootonly CD image, but it came back with "Missing operating
system". Fortunately I was able to boot from a backup root partition,
copy loader.old to loader, and reboot normally.
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