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BSD root: disk1s3, major 14, minor 5


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Right, i have the setup described in this post: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=27027 , i got round the original error i was getting by doing what was suggested in that post, but now i've hit a different problem. In verbose mode, i get the following errors:

 

ApplePS2Controller: Timed out on keyboard input stream.

 

IOPCCard info: Intel PCIC probe: not found.

 

IOPCCardBridge::start failed

 

then it just stops after the line:

 

BSD root: disk1s3, major 14, minor 5

 

any ideas?

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Sorry don't know for sure, but it sounds like either the disc is giving you funky erros or the physical setup of your cd drive and hard drive(ie jumpers and ribbon placement) might be giving you problems...

 

I guess if I was you I'd try to figure out which physical disk disk1s3 is, whether it be your cd drive or your hard drive...because whichever one it is thats the one causing the issue.

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Right, getting somewhere now, realised that my previous error said it was trying to select partition 3 on disk 1, but i only have partitions 1 and 2 on disk 0. told it where to look and received the following:

 

BSD root: disk0s2, major 14, minor 2

nfs_boot: networking is not initialized

panic(cpu 0 caller 0x002B66B9): nfs_boot_init failed with 6

 

Debugger called: <panic>

Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)

0Xa523a84 : 0x128aea (0x3b9dcc 0xa523aa8 0x130c94 0x0)

0Xa523a84 : 0x2b66b9 (0x3d1860 0x6 0xa523b04 0x1ddbe5eb)

0Xa523a84 : 0x1c5ee0 (0x1fdbd00 0x21e3f78 0xa523ec4 0x33eb30)

0Xa523a84 : 0x30f2e3 (0x1ce8740 0x1 0xa523f98 0x20)

0Xa523a84 : 0x135f0e (0x0 0x7 0x0 0x0)

0Xa523a84 : 0x196b69 (0x0 0xffffffff 0x4431f8 0x49b800) Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0x0

 

Kernel version:

Darwin Kernel Version 8.4.1: Tue Jan 3 18.23.53 PST 2006; root:xnu-792.7390.obj~1/RELEASE_ I386

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how exactly are you creating these partitions?

He is still trying to boot the install DVD. During its setup, it creates several RAM disks that I believe are identified as disk1s1, disk1s2, disk1s3, etc. (depending on how many hard drives already exist)

 

When he told it "where to look", it got a kernel panic when it tried to boot from a network drive - which is only used in labs - and is the last resort when the OS can't find anything else to boot from.

 

In the previous thread, it was suggested that the JaS 10.4.6 iso be patched with the JaS PPF1 patch. This patch adds compatibility with the ATI ATA chipset, which this motherboard has ("Toshiba DFL10 mainboard, which has an ATI chipset and Southbridge"). Without this patch, I don't think this boot is going anywhere.

 

My question is: did the 10.4.6 iso get patched with the PPF1 patch to create a new install iso?

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This is how I got the the current error:

BSD root: disk1s3, major 14, minor 5

I'm not so sure that is an error as much as a status report. I haven't yet seen an error message that explains why the boot of the DVD halted.

 

I think it is time you start considering going the VMWare route: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=11314

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Right, getting somewhere now, realised that my previous error said it was trying to select partition 3 on disk 1, but i only have partitions 1 and 2 on disk 0. told it where to look and received the following:

 

How do you "tell it where to look"?

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