punosevac72 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 19:38:19 PST 2016
Chris Cappuccio <chris at nmedia.net> wrote:
> Fred Cirera [fred at bsdhost.net] wrote:
> > Hi
> > When you configure your image you can use the flag -m it will select the
> > bsd.mp kernel.
> > On a running machine you can just move bad.mp on your root filesystem.
> > # rw Change your filesystem from read only to read write.
> > # mv bsd bsd.sp Save the current kernel.
> > # mv bsd.mp bsd Install the mp kernel.
> > # ro Change your filesystem back into real only mode.
> > # reboot.
> > Your system should be now running in multi processor mode.
> > -fred-
> Actually you don't need rw and ro, these are in /flash
> cd /flash
> mv bsd bsd.sp
> mv bsd.mp bsd
Thank you Fred and Chris. Works like a charm! I also learned few things
about flashrd which I didn't know before. Thanks Chris for this
wonderful embedded installer.
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