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Old 5th August 2009
ahlsner ahlsner is offline
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Default Install NetBSD when DesktopBSD or OpenBSD is installed

Hello,

On two computers, I'Ve tried to install NetBSD
-one had OpenBSD 4.5 :sysinst sees the slice Openbsd as a /. Install aborts because sysinst sees two /, and the disklabel is incomplete(not all internal partitions). This with 5.0 and 4.0. For install NetBSD, I've deleted OpenBSD
-one with DesktopBSD : idem for 4.0 and 5.0. With 3.1, the installation is complete (also disklabel), but after next boot, DesktopBSD does not boot. It's broken.
I've not repaired DesktopBSD with its media, because I don't know the effect on NetBSD 3.1
Do you know this problem? Does the team of developpers know this?
I like conviviality, Opensource and Freedom. I would like this incompatibility resolved.
Thanks for informations and expériences0.

ahlsner

PS : I'm French, and my english is not good.
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