and just checking, you haven't created an /etc/boot.conf have you (on the boot disk) ?
No I don't have a boot.conf.
actually it is compiling konqueror-embedded (for 3 hours now), so I can't reboot
I'm sorry I can't remember the exact message,
; I was to lazzy to write it down ... as this problem happens at random interval, I will have to wait until it happens.
As far as I can remember the message was something like:
boot> can't find /bsd
boot> can't find /bsd.old
boot> can't find wd0a:/bsd
It tried to find the kernel like described in "man 8 boot"
"By default, boot attempts to load the kernel executable /bsd. If that
fails, it will attempt to load /obsd and then /bsd.old. If it fails to
find any of these files, and no alternative kernel image has been speci-
fied, the system will be unable to boot."
I also tried to enter by hand
But it was not able to boot.
1) I then entered an "r" to boot into linux.
2) I uninstalled the openbsd39_arm.ipk
3) reinstalled it.
4) choosed reboot in qtopia
5) and now, it was able to re-boot openbsd