So in your /etc/fstab should look something like this
/dev/ad1s1d /backup ufs rw 2 2
Please change /dev/ad1s1d according to your drive name.
On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 23:25, Edouard Saksonov wrote:
> I have installed FreeBSD 4.0 on my PC
> I did boot from CDROM, but in the "Media" I had to put "DOS", cause my PC refuses
> to install everything from CDROM (may be not of supported type). So, I copied whole
> CDROM to C>/FREEBSD, and I used DOS partition for install. Everything went O.K.
> I configured and installed my new kernel, system did boot with no problem, but
> now, when I'd like to install something from Packges (like shells or less), I get
> a message that it was impossible to find and get system distribution files.
> I tried to fetch packages and from DOS and from existing FreeBSD file system
> (I copied whole disk in /usr/FREEBSD), but it doesn't work.I can not install any
> Thanks in advance for your answer.
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