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Re: NetBSD on Edimax BR6104K - Stability
On Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 07:22:39PM +0100, Jan Richling wrote:
> Hi all,
> just a remark regarding stability of NetBSD on the BR6104K using NFS
> root and evbmips userland:
> One of my three boxes is now running since 6 days (with no reboot)
> mainly compiling pkgsrc (nearly no problems... but takes forever) while
> number two yesterday build a toolchain and then a complete Netbsd kernel
> (this took 266 min which is quite fast for such a box) that I just
> booted on that box - perfect.
> So... these boxes CAN be used as self hosted environment (if you have a
> LOT of time....).
> Greetings and thanks to anybody who made this port reality,
That is good news about the stability.
A lot of people are responsible for the port. Ruslan Ermilov and Vsevolod
Lobko are responsible for the original port. Matt Isaacs and I brought
the port up-to-date with NetBSD-current. I wrote drivers for the PCI
controller, GPIO, watchdog, and---on the RB153---the CompactFlash slot.
Someday I would like to produce support for the NAND flash interface and
the ethernet switch on the ADM5120, and then tackle the RouterBOARD 3xx
and 5xx series.
David Young OJC Technologies
dyoung%ojctech.com@localhost Urbana, IL * (217) 278-3933 ext 24
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