"no root device found" while installing
I am trying to install FreeBSD on this:
BOIS sees the hard drive no problem.
After going through whole setting up process I get to the point when installer wants to start copying files. It comes up with a message asking if I'm sure I want to contunue and I confirm. At this point I get a message:
no root device found - you must lable a partition as / in the lable editor
I tried installing other systems and they work just fine, but still prefere FreeBSD. Also this is not my first time installing/using FreeBSD so it's not like I forgot to set labels up etc...
Any idea what could be causing that?
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