On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 09:19:52AM +0200, SUPPORT wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm sorry for the long mail, but I really need your help. Please read it
> before removing :-)
> I just have my new kernel (where I disabled almost SCSI devices) but during
> start-up there are errors as follows:
> config> di pcic0
> No such device: pcic0
> Invalid command or syntax.  Type `?' for help.

This is because the boot-sequence is reading /boot/kernel.conf. If
you've removed all these devices from the kernel you can:

    # rm /boot/kernel.conf

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