Subject: Problems with 1.1 and A3000 (fwd)
To: None <port-amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Tim Preston <email@example.com>
Date: 01/22/1996 11:19:01
Ok, I'm posting this again because I'm still having problems, if anyone has
any ideas let me know. If not can someone point me at how I submit a bug
report, the web site makes no mantion of this, and I can't find any mention
in any of the docs I have...
> I seem to be having difficulties getting the INSTALL amiga kernel to start
> I dump the upgrade file system to the swap partition from Intuition and
> then load the new kernel with loadbsd -b netbsd. The system restarts and
> detects all my hardware fine, including the HDs and then asks me for the
> device where the root file system is so I tell it 'sd1*' which should be
> correct and the I get:
> trap type 2, code = 2, v = 0
> pid = 0, pc = 0019728, ps = 2000, sfc = 0001, dft = 0001
> Registers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
> dreg: 0000FFFF 000D1DC3 00000000 00000004 000AEC85 00000001 00000000 00000043
> areg: 0000B5FC 000D1DBB 0DFFFFFC 000D1CE8 00000000 00000000 000E5FAF 0DFFFFFC
> Kernel stack (E5EBC):
> panic: Illegal instruction
> Syncing disks... vm_fault(fe000, e000000, 1, 0) -> 1
> type 8, code [mmu,,ssw]: 2000774d
> panic: MMU fault
> dumping to dev 411, offset 84568
> dump 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Succeeded
> Then the whole thing goes back to intuition.
> If there is anything in the above that looks excessively wierd please bear
> in mind that that is as good as a constantly reboot Amiga, a pen and paper
> would allow.
> I've tried giving fd0 at the prompt to see if it's the HD access failing,
> but that bombs out so quickly I can't note anything down.
> I have alos changed the switches on loadbsd I've played with -n 2, -I ff,
> -p. All to no avail. I've also turned the syncronous operation of the A3000
> HD on and off.
> I have an old softkicked A3000 with 1MB FAST RAM and 2MB CHIP RAM on the
> motherboard and a DK3128 with 8MB on the ZIII slot, also Picassso II.
> However I have a Rev-9 buster and although this has caused problems for me
> under Intuition, NetBSD 1.0 worked fine.
> Anyone got any ideas what is happening or what to try next, at the momemt
> it looks fairly terminal to me =(
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