Subject: problem with -current kernel
To: NetBSD list <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/23/1995 17:36:32
I compiled a -current kernel under 1.0. When I try to boot it, I have
- the kernel whines it can't find swap. However, swap is on sd0b like
the config file says. The same configuration worked with 1.0.
- ed0 says it has received a packet of illegal length (1518 bytes). The
system hangs here, repeating the message every now and then (obviously
whenever it receives a packet from the network). ed0 driver worked in
I grabbed the source yesterday, it should be new. I used the config
program from the -current binary distribution, but all other binaries
and includes are the standard 1.0 ones.
Any ideas? I can't just jump to -current binaries before I know it all
works well (and to know that, I would like to start with a new kernel,
configured for the things I need).
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