Subject: Re: Support for alphaserver 2100?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: CHOI Junho <cjh@kr.FreeBSD.org>
Date: 06/07/2002 10:37:36
You have exactly same problem with me. I have AS2100 4/200. Until now,
there is no reasonable solution for this symptom.
Most important reason that I try NetBSD/alpha is support of my EISA
Mylex RAID. I have only disks connected to EISA Mylex, and NetBSD
supports it. If you have bootable disks in other devices(NCR, etc.),
try FreeBSD/alpha. I succeed to boot and see sysinstall, but I can't
go further because FreeBSD/alpha doesn't supports EISA Mylex driver.
From: Murray Armfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Support for alphaserver 2100?
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 23:09:57 +1000
> Hi Folks,
> I've been searching through the NetBSD mail archives and found some
> references to some work done on getting the alphaserver 2100 going from a
> while back. The box is a 4/275 and I've tried the 20020512-1.5ZC snapshot in
> the arch/alpha area on the ftp server and the boot floppies in the
> jensen-sable-lynx area in arch/alpha, but it doesn't get any further than
> loading floppies and saying...
> Entering NetBSD at 0xblahblahblah....
> [ netbsd ELF symbol table not valid ]
> [ no symbol table formats found ]
> and then just sits there, humming away.
> Am I missing something here in the way I boot the box?
> Is there any interest in supporting this machine? If so I'd be happy to try
> things out for anyone.
> Please CC me as I haven't signed up for the post-alpha mailing list.
> Take care,
> Murray Armfield
+++ Any opinions in this posting are my own and not those of my employers +++
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