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bin/41033: current init panic alpha
>Synopsis: current init panic alpha
>Arrival-Date: Tue Mar 17 19:45:00 +0000 2009
NetBSD 5.99.8 (GENERIC-$Revision: 1.328 $) alpha
I followed instructions on http://www.netbsd.org/docs/current/index.html.
Installed kernel, rebooted. Fine. Installed userland, rebooted, and I got
panic, init, exit 12, I think, segmentation fault. It opened a debugger db> to
"cpudebugger 0x4 ret 0,(ra)
I think that was it, I might have written it down anywhere. There was also a
core dump, which I could send to someone, I'm not really sure what's in it but
I know it wrote it to /var the next time it started booting. But I guess that
just means the stack gets screwed up by something somewhere.
I'm actually not sure what the procedure is for reporting bugs on current.
Maybe no one cares unless I take the time to fix it and submit a patch.
There were also, during compile, a couple of warnings treated as errors,
missing prototype for bcmp() and also blkdevclose had an issue where a Makefile
defined blkdevclose(f)=0, so I added #undef blkdevclose in order to get the
distribution to build. I have trouble believing that's related though, I think
To fix it, I booted off of a CD and then replaced the -current init with an
init from 4.0.1 sets. System runs fine as far as I can tell now.
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