> 23. feb. 2021 kl. 18:11 skrev Brandon Helsley <[hidden email]>:
> I installed OpenBSD on Vbox and when I remove the installation media and restart this is what returns. All my other BSD vms are working from this method except for OpenBSD
> Using drive 0, partition 3,
> No O/S
> Anybody can help me fix this, has this happened to anybody else before. No solution found on reddit and other means.
Yes, we’ve seen this before. The message pops up when the boot loader is unable to find a kernel, for whatever reason.
It would be helpful to get a bit more context such as what hardware is involved or likely what options you set up for the VM’s storage.
It’s been a while since I had to work around something like this myself, but the scenario back then involved old hardware with firmware that did not easily or at all see beyond a certain number of cylinders and so needed the kernel to be within that range.
I suspect trying again with different configuration options given to the VM pre-install is what you need to do.