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> Newbie Install Woes, stuck in a getty loop!
Wildherb
post Aug 11 2007, 02:15 PM
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Hello, this is my first post on this forum but I've had my 3100 for nearly 2 years and been through just about all the ROMs except OpenBSD so I thought I'd give it a try because I like X and want to use a 'native' system rather than a bolt-on or cut-down system.

I have decided to use 4.1 for now and I'm using this method to load the installer, and I've put the install sets on a CF card as I dont have an ethernet card for my Z (wireless only)

# insmod zbsdmod.o
# cp bsd.rd /proc/zboot

Everything seems to go OK. I get to calibrate the X screen and invited to reboot. At this point I copy the config file to /mnt/mtdflash2/pcmcia/config and reboot. The reboot gets as far as this, then gets stuck in a loop of getty messages.

init: kernel security level changed from 0 to 1
init: can't exec getty 'usr/libexec/getty for port /dev/ttyC0: no such file or directory
init: can't exec getty 'usr/libexec/getty for port /dev/ttyC1: no such file or directory

I've been through this twice with the same results. Any ideas what I can do?
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dbdg
post Aug 15 2007, 01:57 AM
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hello can i ask some newbie questions here?
i see that someone updated till openbsd-4.2-beta

1)have anyone screen rotation(under X) without restarting (XServer) or have plans to do it?
2)sd cards works or not?
3)have anyone working suspend? or maybe suspend not needed and just turn off backlight of lcd will safe same power?

sorry for bad english:)
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