> The post is for anyone who can help in resolving problems,
> but particularly for Tony's attention, if he is available.
> As mentioned initially, after employing 'boot' and 'root fs'
> there was root prompt available.
> Beforehand was created a DOS partition
> (although I think it was irrelevant issue).
> Now rest of hard drive was occupied by Unix, and activated.
> At that moment, with very restrictive set of tools, trying to make
> hard drive bootable, and, the most important, getting installation CD
> in operation.
> Division table was created and installed, with the following
> hd0root EAFS no 0 0 489820
> swap Non FS no 1 489821 504820
> Not Used no 2 - -
> Not Used no 3 - -
> Not Used no 4 - -
> Not Used no 5 - -
> Not Used no 6 504821 505855
> hd0 WHOLE DISK no 7 0 505855
> (all defaults, no /u due to small hd size).
> Then, mounted the hard disk:
> # mount /dev/hd0root /mnt
> No problem, but operation to create lost+found
> was skipped, because 'mkdir' was missing from available toolset.
> Next was to re-write the boot tracks:
> # dd if=/etc/hdboot0 of=/dev/hd0a
> # dd if=/etc/hdboot1 of=/dev/hd0a bs=1k seek=1
> # dparam -w
> Operations were completed without any system complaints.