OpenBSD: entry point at 0x200120

This error can occure when you installed OpenBSD on a Flash Card (for example with a VM and a card reader):

booting hd0a:/bsd: 8404228+1102404 [52+381152+367486]=0x9c7d50
entry point at 0x200120

This happens because the Flash Card had a different name in the VM than it has now in a different computer. OpenBSD was installed with hd0 as the main disk, but it probably has been renamend. So, in the boot loader, set the name right:

set device wd0a
# and also set the baud rate while youre already there
stty com0 38400
set tty com0

This can be made persistent once the system booted:

$ cat boot.conf 
# $OpenBSD: boot.conf,v 1.2 1997/08/06 23:14:10 mickey Exp $
# sample boot.conf file
echo timeout in 5 seconds
stty com0 38400
set tty com0
set device wd0a


Created: Jan. 21, 2017 | Updated: Jan. 21, 2017