Subject: Re: Installation Woes
To: Dmitri Baughman <email@example.com>
From: Danny Lepage <poutine@M3iSystems.QC.CA>
Date: 01/28/1995 13:56:27
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// I've read through all the FAQ files I could find, and reference to this error
// is always made AFTER a successful install. I'd like to try the "binpatch" to
// _scsi_no_dma and/or _inhibit_sync but I don't have the "vmunix" kernel
// installed yet, obviously. Trying a patch to either the A3000 version of
// "netbsd" or the generic version results in an "Unknown symbol."
Seems like you've got an old FAQ / or the current FAQ is not up to date.
The kernel file is no longer named vmunix, but netbsd. Second,
_inhibit_sync has been renamed to _sbic_inhibit_sync (but I don't think
that's your problem anyway).
I would think your problem would be solve by binpatching _scsi_no_dma, but
I'm not sure of the new name, maybe _sbic_scsi_no_dma ????
Is there any people that had to disable dma with the A3000 built in
Hope it helps ...