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Re: OSX virtualbox 3 beta still dumps core on NetBSD 5.0 release .iso
2009/6/19 George Michaelson <ggm%apnic.net@localhost>:
> I tried a 32bit .iso with VirtualBox on OSX 10.5.
> No improvement on older versions, it still dumps core during install kernel
> boot, and I tried with and without VT accelleration in the VM engine, and
> SMP/ACPI options in the kernel.
> I don't know what it is about this particular virtualization platform on OSX
> but its not a good fit for NetBSD right now.
Not only on OSX. So far I haven't been able to get NetBSD newer than
4.01 (both i386 and amd64) running on Solaris and Windows hosts
either. Same on the beta 3.0 version of VirtualBox.
I am quite happy that today I managed to get 5.99.14 running at last
properly (almost*) on XenServer 5.5, though. Earlier versions failed
on XenServer 5.0. So now I have quite fast (Core I7) host to run
pkgsrc builds on.
(*) Xorg CL5436GD driver works generally, but after exit leaves only
gray vertical bands, instead of black background (you can type
commands blindly, though).
George Carlin - "Electricity is really just organized lightning." -
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