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NetBSD on beaglebone
The netboot works fine. It's also possible to load kernel from
the FAT partition on the SD card (or USB), even from the NAND.
I don't have Beaglebone but similar. In my board, it's possible
to load install image, but it fails to initialize the SD card
But it is possible to create working root file system into SD
card in some other machine, like this:
Manuel Bouyer writes:
> I received a beaglebone and of course I want to run NetBSD on it.
> What are the options to boot NetBSD ? I didn't find much informations
> about this. I see that it uses u-boot. Is netboot an option ?
> It seems that I can't mount the ext2 partition (I guess because it's ext3 or
> ext4) of the supplied sd card from NetBSD, so I didn't look what is there.
> If I reformat it as ext2, what do I need to put there to boot a NetBSD
> kernel ?
> Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost>
> NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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