Subject: Re: NetBSD 1.6.2 on JVC InterLink MP-C303, german version: MP-C33
To: Alexander Korsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matthew Orgass <email@example.com>
Date: 06/07/2004 00:37:01
On 2004-06-07 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The first thing is an error-message in a popup-window:
> Can?t write pbsdboot.ini
It will try to write the file to "\\Storage Card\\", "\\Storage
Card1\\", and "\\Storage Card3\\". I guess your storage card directory is
named differently. It will try to read files in "/", "2:/", "\\", and
"\\My Documents\\" and will write the file if it finds it. I guess the
easiest thing to do would be to rename your storage card directory
"Storage Card" before booting.
> When I click ok on top of this window, pbsdboot change to "Loading
> ..." in a new popup-windows with "cancel" at the bottom, the the main
> pbsdboot-window it says: "create memory map ..." at the bottom.
> And that it was. It is not possible to use the "cancel" button in the
> "Loading ..."-window or anything else, you have to performe a reset.
> This happens with netbsd kernel from dos and ffs-partition.
> What I cannot understand is, that hpcboot.exe is able to write to the
> cf-card an pbsdboot.exe NOT :(
> All files are writable on the cf-card.
I bet you used the "Victor InterLink MP-C101" entry, which is for a
TX3922 CPU not Vr4122 and it hangs trying to access an invalid physical
address. Click on the "..." next to the machine type. Use the following
machine ids: 4104500 2010102 For the video, I don't know. Maybe try
serial console first. The following might work: frame: a000000, 1024x600,
D16_0000, bytes/line: 2048