Re: boot -c not saving changes

2000-11-26 Thread Donald J . Maddox
The answer depends on exactly how current you are... With -current from a few days ago, I would have said: Make sure you have a /boot/loader.rc file that contains at least these lines: load /kernel load -t /boot.config Then, make sure /boot.config contains all the stuff that you would

Re: boot -c not saving changes

2000-11-26 Thread Donald J . Maddox
On Mon, Mar 15, 1999 at 07:16:24PM +0900, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: "Donald J . Maddox" wrote: If you are *really* -current, /boot/loader.rc should probably just contain something like: include /boot/loader.4th start Then, you should copy /boot/defaults/loader.conf to

Re: boot -c not saving changes

1999-03-15 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Donald J . Maddox wrote: If you are *really* -current, /boot/loader.rc should probably just contain something like: include /boot/loader.4th start Then, you should copy /boot/defaults/loader.conf to /boot/loader.conf and edit it to match what you want to happen at boot. Copying is

Re: boot -c not saving changes

1999-03-15 Thread Donald J . Maddox
On Mon, Mar 15, 1999 at 07:16:24PM +0900, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: Donald J . Maddox wrote: If you are *really* -current, /boot/loader.rc should probably just contain something like: include /boot/loader.4th start Then, you should copy /boot/defaults/loader.conf to

boot -c not saving changes

1999-03-14 Thread Donn Miller
When I boot up my -current box, I hit 'c' to get to the boot prompt. Then I do boot -c, and then vi to configure my kernel. But any changes I make via userconfig aren't saved for when the next time I boot. Is it a problem with the boot loader, or do I have to type some commands to save my

Re: boot -c not saving changes

1999-03-14 Thread Donald J . Maddox
The answer depends on exactly how current you are... With -current from a few days ago, I would have said: Make sure you have a /boot/loader.rc file that contains at least these lines: load /kernel load -t /boot.config Then, make sure /boot.config contains all the stuff that you would normally

Re: boot -c not saving changes

1999-03-14 Thread Robert Nordier
Donald J . Maddox wrote: The answer depends on exactly how current you are... With -current from a few days ago, I would have said: Make sure you have a /boot/loader.rc file that contains at least these lines: load /kernel load -t /boot.config Then, make sure /boot.config contains

Re: boot -c not saving changes

1999-03-14 Thread Donald J. Maddox
Yeah, you're right on all counts, of course... I've answered this question so many times in the last 10 days that I'm starting to go on autopilot :-/ Robert Nordier wrote: Donald J . Maddox wrote: The answer depends on exactly how current you are... With -current from a few days ago, I