David Merriman < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:
The box seems to be missing that very disk. If you plug a disk to that
scsi-connector on the back you should terminate the scsi cable either with
the disk (by setting terminate jumper) or by using external terminator.
Does the system boot to srm or arc console? E.g. does it give you
the nice >>> -prompt, try selecting
"Set up for booting Digital Unix after next power cycle"
as told in
.. I don't have as1000a handy so I can't really tell but there should
be menu item in ARC console for invocation of SRM console.
When you get to SRM console try typing
and check if you can see the scsi controller (propably qlogic or sym53xxx)
there and if yes, can you see the disk in there? If you see the disk,
you might as the very first thing after booting from installation cd
to try to get to a shell, run fdisk and write bsd disklabel to that disk
and then try re-booting.
what "show dev" displays?
Antti Jvinen, XXXX@XXXXX.COM
"concerto for two *** s and orchestra"