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From: Lars Noodén (larsnoodenopenoffice.org)
Date: Sat Aug 23 2008 - 14:33:23 CDT
I have the main system on a smaller, pre-existing drive set up with a
recent 4.4 i386 snapshot on a Dell Optiplex gx270. Booting is normal
until I add two SATA drives.
OpenBSD sees the drive as wd0, but fdisk sees it as /dev/rwd0c, so the
effect is that when booting, this error message comes up:
"Using drive 0, partition 3.
What can be done, while keeping the new drives for non-system data only,
to boot from the original drive?
Is there some trick that can be done with the MBR on the other drives to
point it to the original drive with /bsd on it?