i added the line "kldload snd_driver" to the /boot/defaults/loader.conf
after that my system doens boot ...
it prints 2 strangs lines with stuff like .. data = ... text ...
what shall i do ...
i dont want to reinstall it ... i have a lot of stuff to worry about :cry:
Try rebooting into a freesbie livecd if you have that, if not you can use the freebsd install cd rescue mode, and mount the root partition (on a one-disk, one-slice ide system, this is /dev/ad0s1a) somewhere. Then you change the loader.conf again, removing the kldload snd_driver statement. Istead, check here what to enter: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO...und-setup.html
Maybe you can try something like this:
i got the freesbie ...
i executed some scripts to mount the FS in Read / Write mode ... but there was some kind of error "invalid fdisk partitiion ... "
so now i will try the second solution ...
well nothing works ...
evrytime i mount ... it tells me " permission denied .."
i dont beleieve i will reinstall :cry:
How did you mount it? Did you umount it first in that case?
yeah ... everything failed .. due to errors in the partition table
Boot into single-user mode. You can do this by pressing 4 when you are given the boot options. Press enter when asked which shell to use. This will give you sh, the default. Then fsck your partitions with
Then mount your root partition with
Though it's not necessary, you might want to mount all other UFS2 partitions with
Turn on swapping (not necessary either, but you might as well) with
Now, you must edit /boot/loader.conf. Put this in:
Now reboot and all should be fixed.