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This is one of the CDROM's in the OpenBSD 2.9 package.  For more
OpenBSD information check www.OpenBSD.org.

Released June 1, 2001.
Copyright 1997-2001, Theo de Raadt.

All applicable copyrights and credits can be found in the applicable
file sources found on the two CDROMs in this package.

XXX
XXX  If there are bugs found in this CD release, workaround information
XXX  can be found at http://www.OpenBSD.org/errata.html
XXX

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Please refer to the following files on the two CDROM's for extensive
details on how to install OpenBSD 2.9 on your machine:

	CD1:2.9/i386/INSTALL.i386
	CD1:2.9/powerpc/INSTALL.powerpc
	CD1:2.9/vax/INSTALL.vax

	CD2:2.9/sparc/INSTALL.sparc
	CD2:2.9/hp300/INSTALL.hp300
	CD2:2.9/mvme68k/INSTALL.mvme68k
	CD2:2.9/mac68k/INSTALL.mac68k
	CD2:2.9/amiga/INSTALL.amiga

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This is quick installation information for people familiar with OpenBSD,
and the use of the new "disklabel -E" command.  If you are at all
confused when installing OpenBSD, read the relevant INSTALL.* file as
listed above!

i386:

Play with your BIOS options, and see if you can enable booting from
CD.  Use CD1.  Not all BIOS/CDROM combinations work well.  If not,
write CD1:2.9/i386/floppy29.fs to a floppy, then boot that.  Use
floppyB29.fs if floppy29.fs turns out to not support a SCSI controller
you need.  Finally, floppyC29.fs contains cardbus support for
laptops.  Use cdrom29.fs for a 2.88MB floppy.  If you are mixing
OpenBSD with another operating system, you will want to read the
INSTALL.i386 document.  If you have problems with pcibios, use "> boot
-c" and then "UKC> disable pcibios"; and after the install read the
pcibios(8) manual page.

POWERPC:

Hold down Command, Option, O and F keys while booting, until you are
presented with the Open Firmware > prompt. To boot from CD1, type 
"boot cd:,ofwboot /2.9/powerpc/bsd.rd".

VAX:

See the detailed install instructions in INSTALL.vax.

SPARC:

To boot from CD2, type "boot cdrom 2.9/sparc/bsd.rd", or
"b sd(0,6,0)2.9/sparc/bsd.rd" depending on your ROM version.
Otherwise, write CD2:2.9/sparc/floppy29.fs to a floppy and boot it
using "boot fd()" or "boot floppy" depending on your ROM version.

AMIGA:

Create BSD partitions according to INSTALL.amiga's preparation section.
Mount CD2 under AmigaOS as device CD0: Next, execute the following
CLI command: "CD0:2.9/amiga/utils/loadbsd CD0:2.9/amiga/bsd.rd".

HP300:

You can boot over the network by following the instructions in
INSTALL.hp300.

MAC68K:

Boot MacOS as normal and partition your disk with the appropriate A/UX
configurations.  Extract the Macside utilities from
CD2:2.9/mac68k/utils onto your hard disk.  Run Mkfs to create your
filesystems on the A/UX partitions you just made.  Then, use the
BSD/Mac68k Installer to copy all the sets in CD2:2.9/mac68k/ onto your
partitions.  Finally, you will be ready to configure the BSD/Mac68k
Booter with the location of your kernel and boot the system.

MVME68K:

See the detailed install instructions in INSTALL.mvme68k.


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Further Notes:

To make a floppy under MS-DOS, use CD1:2.9/tools/rawrite.exe.  Under
NT, use CD1:2.9/tools/ntrw.exe instead.  To write a floppy under Unix,
use "dd if=<file> of=/dev/<device> bs=32k" (where <device> could be
"floppy" or "rfd0c" or "rfd0a").

Use properly formatted perfect floppies with NO BAD BLOCKS or you will
lose.

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OPERATING SYSTEM SOURCE

CD1 has two tar.gz files containing the source tree. These are:

	CD1:src.tar.gz
	CD1:srcsys.tar.gz

Using these trees it is possible to get a head-start on using the
anoncvs servers as described at http://www.OpenBSD.org/anoncvs.html.
Using these files will result in a much faster initial CVS update than
you could expect from a fresh CVS checkout of the full OpenBSD source
tree. 

To unpack the source trees (assuming the CD is mounted on /mnt):

	# mkdir /usr/src
	# cd /usr/src
	# tar xvfz /mnt/src.tar.gz
	# tar xvfz /mnt/srcsys.tar.gz

If you are doing whole system rebuilds, you probably want to unpack
both parts, as shown above.

After this, /usr/src will be a nice checkout area where all cvs(1)
commands will work.  Refer to http://www.OpenBSD.org/anoncvs.html for
more details.

If you want just the kernel source from CD1, do the following:

	# mkdir -p /usr/src
	# cd /usr/src
	# tar xvfz /mnt/srcsys.tar.gz

For building replacement kernels, the important man pages to read are
config(8) and options(4).

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CD2 contains the following things:

Changelogs/	All the CVS commit logs we have generated while
		working on the project.
ports.tar.gz	Our ports tree. Refer to CD2:PORTS
XF4.tar.gz	A CVS checkout of our version of the XFree86 source tree.

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