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Re: install/25026 (core dump during NetBSD-2-0 install on macppc)
On Sat, Feb 09, 2008 at 10:15:20PM +0000, dholland%NetBSD.org@localhost wrote:
> Submitter can't test; unfortunately, nothing much has changed in tset since
> 2.0, and the problem probably still exists. In fact, it probably exists even
> if sysinst doesn't tickle it any more. Someone should beat on tset and find
> what makes it dump core... until then the PR should stay open.
On second thought (and reading more carefully), the tset core is
probably not related - if sysinst dumped core, as appears to have been
the case, it should have left a sysinst core if it was going to leave
one at all.
The most likely cause (especially of SIGILL) in that case is probably
PPC exception handling bugs on some specific hardware rev. There have
been a lot of fixes since, but I think it would be best to leave the
PR open anyway, in case anyone else has a PowerMac 7600/132 and wants
I will take a look at tset in any event.
David A. Holland
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