Subject: vm_fault(de000, 3004000, 3, 0) -> 1 A3000/RetinaZIIIblt
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Olivier Lahaye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/22/1995 15:59:00
I've got a problem using the netbsd-current kernel.
Indeed, when the screen (retinaZIII) scolls for the first time I've got
a vm_fault(de000, 3004000, 3, 0) -> 1
(the message is cycling on the screen and panic is not triggered ???)
I tried to recompile my own kernel, but the same thing happened..
(I used the new config program of course)
The old kernels from #744 to netbsd-1.0 used to work fine, so it
seems to be a recent bug.
Another little problem:
when configuring the kernel for grf2 whithout grf1, the
_retina_cursor is missing (only defined in the retina II driver ?)
2 Meg of Chip mem
12 Meg of Fast mem
A2065 Ethenet board
Retina ZIII 4Mb board.
Emplant serial board.
Archive Viper 2150S
HD Quantum Fireball 1080S
HP Quantum Prodrive 105S
HP Maxtor ????
I know that it's a beta and of course I don't blame anybody,
I'm just trying to help...
I can boot with the old netbsd-1.0 kernel.
some symbols are not defined, but it's enought to recompile
a new kernel.
xdm for the X11R6-current doesn't find the _sys_errlist symbol.
where is this symbol? in the kernel?
Thanks for any response
Olivier Lahaye UseNET: email@example.com