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Re: tme and ./MY-SUN4C:8: tme/machine/sun4: No such file or directory
Quoting "Jeremy C. Reed" <reed%reedmedia.net@localhost>:
I am trying 4.0.
It took me a few tries to get Right-Control-F1-A to work.
Finally I got it booting.
I entered 1 after the NetBSD loaded to choose the CDROM install.
I pressed enter at next prompt to use /dev/cd0a.
And it closed and:
tmesh> Memory fault (core dumped)
No debugging symbols:
#0 0x0000000000000000 in ?? ()
#1 0x00007f7ff83058af in tme_scsi_device_target_f ()
I haven't tried 4.0 myself. This looks like a SCSI opcode
that I haven't emulated yet. The SCSI emulation is poor and
just indexes an array of function pointers with the opcode -
and when the entry for an opcode is NULL it segfaults.
I tried again and this time typed in /dev/cd0a but still crashed:
This is the last thing I saw before pressing Enter:
So I tried 3.1 ISO instead and installed it and now booted into it.
I also uncommened the bpf0 line. I can't ping IP on my own host (host
running tmesh) even though I have read-write permission for /dev/bpf and
my assign le0 IP is on same network. I also assigned the mac address with
tme-sun-idprom SS2 8:0:20:BB:AA:DD >> my-sun4c-nvram.bin
and I can see that with arp -a while in my emulated sparc.
Any suggestions or examples for accessing the host system over network?
Outbound packets injected using bpf are never passed up the host's
network stack; they're just transmitted directly out the interface,
so you can't communicate with the local host. Adding a NAT-like
network option that will use regular sockets instead of bpf is on
the list of things tme needs.
Anyone try NetBSD 4.0 with tme?
Also tme docs mention a bpf3 device.
How is that device node created? What major and minor (25 and 0)? Sorry if
I overlooked that.
Those bpf3s are documentation bugs. It looks like multiple /dev/bpfN
devices aren't needed anymore in recent NetBSD, opening the single
/dev/bpf multiple times must work now.
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