Subject: Re: NetBSD is running now -- questions...
To: None <port-atari@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Waldi Ravens <email@example.com>
Date: 10/20/1995 00:40:14
In <199510181449.PAA18808@pf2.phil.uni-sb.de>, Benjamin Lorenz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am using a netbsd #5 kernel with DMA to TT Ram disabled.
> (Is this still needed?...)
No, it ain't (at least not on my TT).
> - under heavy load (well, while running the /etc/daily script ;))
> the keyboard driver doubles some input characters:
> I write hello and I get hhellloo or something similar.
Never seen it. Must be a new feature. :-)
> - mounting of msdos partitions doesn't work. Waldi, didn't you
> fix this? where can I find a patched kernel?
Fixed a long time ago. AFAIK the pre-compiled kernel at ftp.netbsd.org
includes the patches (not sure if they were added to the source tree).
What exactly does not work? Error message from mount? Garbage?
Boot sector data?
> - quotas are "not build in this kernel". Is this a general
> problem or just some decision while configuring the
An option in the config file. Works fine (for me) if enabled.
> - fsck always checks the filesystem and mount says: please fsck(8).
> Seems as if the clean flag never gets set?
Seems you've got an old fsck. :-)
> - I found a pppd -- is SLIP also compiled in? Where can I find
> a dip source and/or binary that compiles/runs under NetBSD?
SLIP is in, but I never tried it.
If nobody on this list is using dip, ask the netbsd-users list.