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Re: status for Marvell Orion support
From: Havard Eidnes <he%NetBSD.org@localhost>
Date: Sun, 15 Mar 2009 01:29:53 +0100 (CET)
> BTW, I notice something annoying: it appears that it's not
> possible to reboot without power-cycling the box. This is what I
> get when I do "halt" from the install image:
It is known bug... ;-<
I knew could reboot before. However, I have the memory of changing the
memory map by some convenience. It becomes impossible to reboot maybe
after that and.
> CPU: ARM926 (Rev 0) running @ 500Mhz
> orion0: CPU Clock 400.000 MHz SysClock 200.000 MHz TClock 166.664 MHz
> during autoconf. So who's right? Or is NetBSD setting the
> frequence in some way?
It is bug for KUROUTOSHIKOU's u-boot.
spec. (Japanese page)
Can you see source of their u-boot? In my memory, the string '500Mhz'
# It seems not to fix now though I taught to them before. ;-)
> However, what's the exact syntax to set bootcmd? I made a couple
> of attempts of
> setenv bootcmd "ide reset; ext2load ide 0:0 0x8000
> /netbsd-wd0.bin-KUROBOX_PRO; g 0x8000"
> but my box reset each time (it's always the small hurdles...)
Can you perform 'saveenv'?
> My Kurobox_PRO insisted on sounding an annoying alarm whenever I
> interrupted the automatic boot sequence on the console. A second
> press on the power button made the alarm turn off. The red alarm
> light is still on, though, even though I'm up and running
> multi-user (I've not managed to set the bootcmd variable yet).
hit any key to switch tftpboot.
Hit any key to stop autoboot: N <-- this time, go tp tftp mode and alerm
Hit any key to stop autoboot: N <-- once more. go to prompt quietly
You hit any key when you looked 2nd message.
> ...and... I sometimes get this sort of messages on the console:
> WARNING: negative runtime; monotonic clock has gone backwards
> I'm guessing that's not so good, though probably nonfatal.
I don't see that message.
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