Leaving zboot, and zbsdmod.o where they are located in your cacko install( /home/root ) you will need to rename and then copy this file to the directory stated below:
(MAKE SURE YOU MAKE A BACKUP OF YOUR ORIGINAL FILE rc.rofilesys FIRST!) Rename the file rc.rofilesys.txt to rc.rofilesys and copy it to to /root/etc/rc.d/ . This has been edited to look for and load zboot and zbsdmod.o in /home/root. If you can install OpenBSD on the CF then you should be good to go using your current cacko installation.
D+B doesn't bring up an emergency linux.
Wifi works on my laptop, but gives "can't write" errors. The drivers may have been added in 4.0 as it uses a relatively new chipset if I recall. Actually, I don't have the adapter here at the office but, it might be usb2. Duh, forgot to check.
In BSD the CF is reported as wd0 .
There is only one partition on the CF now, but I'm thinking of adding a 250m second partition to hold the installation sets.
The SD card in a usbreader is sd0
I have zboot and zbdsmod.o in /home/root/ .
in cacko / is readonly so "mkdir /bsd" give "Cannot create directory '/bsd': Read-only file system