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Re: New Raspberry Pi image

2013/1/24 Nick Hudson wrote:
> Hi,
> Here's a new Raspberry Pi image. Hopefully a lot of the USB crashes have
> been fixed, but there are still more to fix.
> http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/misc/skrll/rpi-20130124.img
> http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/misc/skrll/rpi-20130124.img.bz2
> http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/misc/skrll/rpi-20130124.img.gz
> MD5 (rpi-20130124.img) = a551631db099b7afe54efe3601e32b77
> MD5 (rpi-20130124.img.bz2) = 80b636794d560f78b4abe5fe935a7931
> MD5 (rpi-20130124.img.gz) = 23ba60619e8b21058c2925b6378a1274
> The image contains all the sets apart from the debug ones and can run X
> without modification.
> No password is set on the root account.
> Nick


I recently got hold of a RPI, and I thought I'd give NetBSD a try since it 
looks like good progress with the porting so far... :-)

However, my first test with your latest image ended up in a kernel panic and an 
reboot short after.

I didn't have a HDMI cable at hand the first boot, and I got a lot of 
complaints then from cprng about too little entropy something… (it was really 
hard to parse the output from a composite video signal). However, now I got 
hold of a HDMI cable now and I've taken a picture of the console output then it 


(PS. Let me know if I should do something with this system in order to collect 
more data, if needed. DS.)

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