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coreilly
Just did a NAND restore to original Sharp rom. I had installed OpenBSD fine in pdaXrom. With original rom, I keep getting IPK errors because when it attempts to copy the zbsdmod.o to the /root/etc/rc.d/ directory, it says there is no room left on the device. Any ideas on how to fix this? All the other OpenBSD files appear to be in their correct place. Thanks!
DaemonsGR
you dont need the ipk!
Just... insmod zbsd*.o
cp bsd.rd /proc/zboot
coreilly
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ May 18 2006, 05:57 PM)
you dont need the ipk!
Just... insmod zbsd*.o
cp bsd.rd /proc/zboot
*


i shouldn't have to boot into linux and then open a terminal and then type it... when i fire up the zaurus it should boot into openbsd and it won't unless it gets that file in there.
coreilly
here is the ipk error

cp: unable to preserve times of 'rc.rofilesys.openbsd' : No space left on device
cp: unable to preserve ownership of 'rc.rofilesys.openbsd' : No space left on device
cp: unable to preserve permissions of 'rc. rofilesys.openbsd' : No space left on device
//usr/lib/ipkg/info/openbsd39.post inst: cannot create tmp: file system full


thats what i get running ipk install openbsd39_arm.ipk with root
DaemonsGR
got free space on / ?
coreilly
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ May 19 2006, 04:57 AM)
got free space on / ?
*



yep... whats your idea?
coreilly
nevermind solved it smile.gif
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