Subject: Re: Problems with 1.0 kernel
To: None <Hubert.Feyrer@rz.uni-regensburg.de, amiga@NetBSD.ORG, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 12/05/1994 10:23:16
>From: Hubert Feyrer <Hubert.Feyrer@rz.uni-regensburg.de>
>> I'm trying to install a fresh disk with 1.0 (release) on a running 1.0_BETA
>> system. I've got the drive set up, and I compiled a kernel from the 1.0
>> sources, but when I try to boot from it with the -b flag to loadbsd, it
>> hangs just before I should get the "root device>" prompt.
I'm having similar problems. I am installing NetBSD for the first time
on my Amiga 2000/030. I have gotten as far as partitioning my disk and
creating a NetBDS boot floppy. But when I type:
loadbsd -b netbsd
it switches over to the NetBSD screen, lists about half-a-screen of system
information, and then stops. No prompt or anything. No way to then boot
to the NetBSD boot floppy.
The netbsd file I was using was the standard distribution file that is
available on the standard ftp sites. When loadbsd is running it says
A1200. I suppose this is not a problem even though I have an A2000.
>Be sure to set sbic_inhibit_sync to 0 (that's somewhere in the
>arch/amiga/dev-directory, if I remember right; you can also binpatch it).
Could someone provide a little more info on how to do this. I'm a