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Old 25th September 2008
piotrk piotrk is offline
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Default disklabel don't see OpenBSD partition


I have problem with install CD of OpenBSD , I boot CD and use fdisk ,then I made in fdisk OpenBSD partition(e6),i saved and I do to the disklabel ,but in disklabel thereis a problem becouse disklabel don't see OpenBSD partition with I made in fdisk,I try to use option"use entire disk for OpenbSD" but problem is the same,disklabel don't see OpenBSD partition ,disklabel see only disk c,but I can't edit them,there is a screen with this problem:


screen is from qemu ,but in my computer I have the same problem

when I use CD with version 3.9 of OpenBSD there is okay,but in version 4.3 there is a problem
What should I do?please,help me

p.s.sorry for my english

Last edited by piotrk; 25th September 2008 at 12:56 PM.
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