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- Subject: earmv5 issues
- From: John Klos <>
- Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2018 01:19:45 +0000 (UTC)
I'm starting some bulk package builds in preparation for NetBSD 8. One
would be for earmv5. Initially I planned to build in an earmv5 chroot on
an earmv7hf machine, but even though many binaries run in the chroot, I
got tons of core dumps.
Next I tried building an earmv5 kernel and userland for a Raspberry Pi. It
booted, but fsck dumped core and the machine never got to multiuser.
Not sure if this is related, but a PogoPlug running earmv5 which was
updated to recent NetBSD 7 can't run dhcpcd - it dumps core. I'll have to
gather some more information about that, of course.
Is anyone here actively testing earmv5? Does anyone know why a Raspberry
Pi 3 can't run an earmv5 userland and kernel? I always thought that earmv6
and v7 were supersets of v5, but perhaps I'm mistaken.
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