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Hi,
I tried to add Hdd so i edited
/etc/conf/cf.d/hdlist  than i am getting this error ...
Panic    Sr mountfun - error 22 mounting rootdev hd (1/42)
can't dump 130831 pates to dumpdev hd (1/41): space for only 0 pages
Dump not completed...
How to boot my system normally....
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boot from removable media (CD) and type tools at the boot prompt.  You should then be able to undo whatever edit you made by mounting /dev/hd0root from the tools prompt.

To add a HD you should use "mkdev hd"

Mike
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i don't have bootable cd for Sco unix 5.0.6a. where can i get it....
please help me...

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www.sco.com (pricy)
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You can download a 5.0.7 cd here:

http://www.sco.com/support/update/download/release.php?rid=218

5.0.7 will work fine for what you want to do.
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I used bootable CD, it is going to installation. I am not getting any boot prompt for typing 'tools' command.
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