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Re: sysinst full install on evbarm-aarch64 doesn't install all sets

Martin Husemann <martin%duskware.de@localhost> écrit :
> On Thu, Mar 19, 2020 at 11:27:17AM +0100, Marc Baudoin wrote:
> > 
> > I'm going back to properly install NetBSD on my PINEBOOK Pro.
> > After booting from the latest (March 19th) -current image from
> > cdn, I tried a full install using sysinst but the only installed
> > sets are:
> > 
> > modules base etc comp games man misc rescue tests text
> > 
> > I had to install the following manually:
> > 
> > debug kern-GENERIC64 xbase xcomp xdebug xetc xfont xserver
> > 
> > Is that normal?
> You should have been asked for the sets you want to install

With custom install, yes but I did a full install and sysinst did
not ask that.

> Pinebook Pro should be non-ACPI/non-RPi mode so it should have populated
> the dtb directory and efi/boot on the FAT partition and extracted /netbsd
> on the ffs partition. What was missing after your install?

I can't check now because the machine won't boot anymore from
eMMC (so the kernel or U-boot must be missing), and booting from
the SD card makes the keyboard and USB ports unusable (so no USB
Wi-Fi). This is strange because it was working this morning (but
I used the older U-boot from eMMC).

The machine works fine from an SD card with a Manjaro Linux image
on it, though.

> Side note: the full evbarm sysinst support is still work in progress
> and I have no idea how to deal with installboot and u-boot yet (working
> plan so far: try to match hw.model against some list and offer to download
> the proper u-boot binary pkg).

Then I'll try again when it's more usable ;-)


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