Subject: Re: 2.1 Kernels do not boot when booted withbootloaderotherthan netbsd
To: None <>
From: Izumi Tsutsui <>
List: port-cobalt
Date: 11/23/2005 09:16:29
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In article <> wrote:

> I am very much aware of builtin bootloader limitations. Kernels that I 
> built are smaller than the limit. CoLo does not have any limitations, it 
> can boot kernel as large as available memory (at least that is what 
> documentation said). From my experience it does not have problem booting 
>   uncompressed or compressed large kernels.

I don't know what kernels you built/tried, but why do you
think that netbsd kernel has some problem even though
it works fine with the native bootloader?
Is the colo designed to load netbsd kernels?

> What is the INSTALL kernel and how can I build one? Or where can I read 
> about it?

see src/sys/arch/cobalt/conf/INSTALL
Izumi Tsutsui