Subject: IIvx Boot Results...
To: None <>
From: Chris Kush <>
List: macbsd-development
Date: 12/06/1994 20:58:51
	I tried the kernel in puma:/pub/test/netbsd and the 1.6 version booter
with the following Booter settings:

	[ ] Single User			Kernel Location: ( ) NetBSD/mac
	[x] Gray Bars					 (x) MacOS
	[x] Serial Boot Echo
	[x] Serial Console
	    (x) Modem ( ) Printer

Root SCSI ID was 3, AutoSize RAM was unchecked, and I specified a value of

The machine is a IIvx 5/230 with a 170 MB Fujitsu at SCSI 3.  The Fujitsu was
formatted with Hard Disk Toolkit to have Root&Usr, Swap, and a 2MB MacOS

Following is the stuff that came out of the serial port:

[ preserving 83068 bytes of netbsd symbol table ]
DEBUG: Console initialized.
Low = 0x0, high = 0x400000
4194304 bytes available (1024 pages)
Log = 0xf9000000, Phys = 0xf9000000, Len = 0x6000000 (100663296)
get_mapping(): no internal video.
  Video address = 0x60b00000
  Weird mapping starts at 0x0
  Length = 0x0 (0) bytes
DEBUG: 68030 - MMU mapping parsed.
DEBUG: Got memory size as passed from Booter.
DEBUG: preparing new MMU context.
DEBUG: clearing TT registers...
DEBUG: about to set MMU control (hold your breath).
DEBUG: yay!  MMU enabled with new mapping.
DEBUG: MMU flushed.
DEBUG: calling pmap_bootstrap() ...
DEBUG: done.
DEBUG: invalidating TLB.
DEBUG: activating cache(s).
DEBUG: calling setmachdep().
DEBUG: done.
DEBUG: enabling interrupts.
DEBUG: done.
DEBUG: away we go!  (calling _main)
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NetBSD 1.0A (NOSUNOS) #2: Sat Dec  3 14:27:40 EST 1994
Apple Macintosh IIvx  (68030)
real mem = 4190208
avail mem = 1642496
using 76 buffers containing 311296 bytes of memory
mrg: 'Mac IIsi class ROMs' rom glue, tracing off, debug off, silent traps
adb: bus subsystem

That's all.  Just before this comes out the port, 13 graybars appear.  A thin
white stripe appears after #1 and #2.  Numbers 3, 4, and 5 are not seperated,
then a thick break before numbers 6 - 8, which run together.  Then a thick
break, then 9, then a thin break, then 10 - 12, then a wide break, then 13,
then a thin break.

  The graybars overwrite the screen; below the graybars,
the Mac screen is still visible.

Hope this helps.

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christopher s. kush		
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