filesystem r/o after new install solaris 6
Posted on 2003-02-24
I have a spark/IPX system, the internal disk is target 3.
I have an external disk target 2.
When I install Solaris 6 (base level) after the reboot I get messages:
mount /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0 is not this fstype
drvconfig: /etc/path_to_inst.42: Read-only file system
And of course nothing works since everything is r/o. I will look for later rev of install disk and try to look at fstable after booting cdrom in single user mode and mounting that slice, but I'm not sure either will succeed.
1. When I change the disk jumpers to what I think s/b target 0, it is not recognized.
2. The IDPROM battery is dead, I have to reset its contents when I power it on, the first 13 bytes or so (up to checksum), does anything else need to be set?
3. same thing happened when I installed on external disk.
4. I boot with command something like (its not handy now)