Subject: Re: Upgrade Problems....
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <is@Beverly.Rhein.DE>
Date: 08/27/1995 21:07:31
Tobias Ruland (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: I tried to replace ..../bin-dist/1.0/netbsd (worx fine on my
: system, A2000, 6MB, GVP, Seagate80, Syquest 88, Quantum 52) by
NO, NOT AGAIN!
1) you can't run a newer than about January kernel with -1.0 bins/libs,
at least most of them. You need at least new kernel libs, new mount
2) the scsi problem is due to bugs/oversights in the old sbic.c driver.
The new one (few days old) is still buggy, too, so you just might want
to hang on with the -1.0 kernel, which is working fine for you as you
: 'loadbsd netbsd.GENERIC' on my amiga ended with a hangup in the system
: startup process. The old Seagate (SCSI ID 0,sd0) is recognized but the
: boot process hangs up before the Syquest (SCSI ID 1,sd1) information
: is displayed, the Syquest (where my root and swap fs are located) LED
: is on and nothing else happens. I have to CTRL-AMIGA-AMIGA...
: No problems with the old kernel so far so I'm wondering what has to be
: changed that I can use later kernels...
Nearly everything. :-)
The upgrade procedure is somewhat complicated, but I think installing
new binaries on a new disk/partition, then booting the kernel would be
the method of choice.
As for inplace upgrade... there is a receipt posted at regular intervals,
in current-users, I think.