Subject: Re: NetBSD/next (was: Re: NeXTBSD - 4.4BSD for NeXTstep machines)
To: Christian Kuhtz <email@example.com>
From: Heiko W.Rupp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/10/1996 08:20:08
> IMHO, we should be able to put it on ftp.netbsd.org... Comments?
Yes - this is then automatically mirrored to ftp.leo.org and other
> I already requested ports-next already, which will be created on Monday as
Dont't you think that collides with ports-m68k ?
> to the port is more than welcome on it; Monday because the pain's SA is
> overseas right now)
Add me ;-)
> It is not. But the fact that it isn't free doesn't mean I can't go, look
> at it, find out where the hardware sits and how it'd like to be treated
When booting, there are already some messages as to where find what:
Feb 7 16:58:28 pilhuhn mach: fc0 at 0x2114100
Feb 7 16:58:28 pilhuhn mach: SCSI 53C90A Controller, Target 7, as sc0
Feb 7 16:58:28 pilhuhn mach: en0 at 0x2106000
Feb 7 16:58:28 pilhuhn mach: dsp0 at 0x2108000
Feb 7 16:58:28 pilhuhn mach: np0 at 0x200f000
Feb 7 16:58:28 pilhuhn mach: sound0 at 0x200e000
Also (not for the faint hearted) otool -Vvt /mach gives quite
interesting output :)
If I understood that right, then there is at least a _printf in ROM,
that can be used by the kernel to give output.