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Re: Booting NetBSD/evbarm on QEMU (IntegratorCP)

2013/2/7 Jeff Rizzo <riz%netbsd.org@localhost>:
> On 2/6/13 2:43 PM, Sergio López wrote:
>> You can find the patch here:
>> http://blogs.nologin.es/slopez/uploads/integrator-qemu-2012-02-06.diff
> (note for others:  the correct URL is
> http://blogs.nologin.es/slopez/uploads/integrator-qemu-2013-02-06.diff
> )

Ooops, my bad :-)

>> It can be used with something like this: "qemu-system-arm -M
>> integratorcp -cpu arm1136 -m 128m -kernel netbsd.gz.ub -serial stdio
>> -net nic -net tap". This image doesn't contain a ramdisk, so you'll
>> need an NFS with NetBSD/evbarm root, and a properly configured DHCP
>> server.

Looking at a trace, it looks like dhcpcd relies on bpfilter for
"sniffing" DHCP answers, and I haven't compiled support for it in this
kernel (it wasn't in the original INTEGRATOR config either).

>> Please note that I'm not familiar with the NetBSD contributing
>> process, so if you think it could be convenient to commit this work to
>> the repository, please tell me which changes to the code and/or
>> administrative tasks must be done to meet your standards.
> I'm happy to work with you to get this code into the tree;  I haven't had
> time to fully review it yet, but I did confirm it works.  :)   I'll contact
> you off-list.

Great, thanks!

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