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Old 12th March 2009
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Default Remote OpenBSD ssh-based install problems

Hi,

I was trying to install OpenBSD 4.4 i386 remotely, with the help from this extremely usefull post:

http://daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=526

My hd config: /dev/hd0 (with ubuntu) and /dev/hd1 (for openbsd)

I've succeeded in all steps since i have access to a remote recovery system:
- dd yaifo.fs to /dev/hd1 and changed grub menu.lst
- access openbsd boot image through ssh with success
- installed openbsd to /dev/hd1 with success

however, after rebooting, i can't access openbsd anymore. very strange since It should have the same config as the boot image.

Any ideas are welcome...

Of course I can have a remote console connected to the server but that costs money
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