Subject: Re: Installation of 20020415-current snapshot
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Bernd Sieker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/04/2002 11:43:31
On 04.05.02, 18:37:42, Gregory McGarry wrote:
> > >> NetBSD/hp300 Primary Boot, Revision 1.13
> > >> (gregm@mcgarry, Mon Apr 15 08:46:32 NZST 2002)
> > >> HP 9000/425t SPU
> > >> Enter "reset" to reset system.
> > Boot: [[[le0a:]netbsd][-a][-c][-d][-s][-v][-q]] :- sd3b:netbsd
> > 692350+24936+164544 [75424+51665]=0xf86e0
> > Start @ 0xfe803400 [1=0xfe8db4a8-0xf86e0]...
> > Entry point: 0xfe803400
> > I don't know what to do with this. I'm going to
> > try the 20020312-1.5.3_RC1 snapshot next.
> I can't see anything obviously wrong. Perhaps dca0 has been
> picked up as the console, in which case DCAREMID0/DCAREMID1
> don't mean what they infer.
> > WARNING: bad date in battery clock
> And another 4xx machine with a busted clock.
> Do all the 400-series machines have external frame buffers?
Errm. Do _any_ 400-series machines have external framebuffers? I
thought series 400 all had internal DIO-boards as framebuffers, if
any. (Having three series 400 machines myself (400t, 400s, 433t/dl),
all with no or internal framebuffer.)
Speaking of recent advances, do we have MI-SCSI yet? That would be
great, because then I could the 433t as my sane-server. Assuming that
my crippled scanner SCSI interfaces work with the HP. And since it's
diskless, scanner operation would not interfere with any disk
> -- Gregory McGarry <email@example.com>
NetBSD - the power to swerve (penguins, worse than cane toads).
-- Julian Assange