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Re: bpf device creation as part of MAKEDEV ramdisk

On 15 August 2012 11:12,  <jmitchel%bigjar.com@localhost> wrote:
>> On 13 August 2012 21:11, Paul Fleischer <xpg%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I have noticed that evbarm install kernels do not have the /dev/bpf
>>> devices, meaning that DHCP configuration is not possible.
>>> The patch below adds bpf-devices to the ramdisk target of evbarm's
>>> This follows the behaviour of MAKEDEV ramdisk in other ports (cats,
>>> dreamhost, evbsh3, mac68k, sandpoint, shark, and vax).
>>> Ok to commit?
>> Makes sense to me...
> I think this is also missing from hpcarm. The last time I tried installing
> over the network I had to assign an IP address manually. I tried searching
> cvsweb.netbsd.org, but I can't find where MAKEDEV lives. I'd like to check
> this out for hpcsh as well since the installation kernels are new to 6.0.

It should be in etc.${port}/MAKEDEV.conf

I've just taken a pass through and added bpf to all ramdisk targets
(including hpcarm) in -current. If this fixes it for you then we
should get it pulled up into -6 :)

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