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Problems with 1.1 and A3000 (fwd)
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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