> Does the BIOS program show these disks? > Did you "skip kernel configuration"? This box might be > old enough to have some driver conflicts that the kernel > can't resolve without your help...I'd certainly think that > to be a possibility with the dmesg stating "unable to allocate > interrupt". Try changing the hardware config, either in > the "kernel configuration" screen, or by removing some > ISA card via the BIOS, or even physically, and see what > happens.
Actually, the BIOS program does in fact show the disks (as C & D.) And I didn't skip the kernel configuration; rather, like a good newbie, I did as the FreeBSD Handbook (Chapter 2) suggested and selected visual mode and looked at the drivers--it showed no conflicts at all, actually, which sort of surprised me since everything I had read up to that point had suggested that a number of conflicts were to be expected... -Doug. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"