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Some issue in dsm-g600 using netbsd 6.0 release

I'm trying to use netbsd 6.0 in dsm-g600.
I have some issue:
1) I Can't install packages available in:


Installation of Samba3.6 was ok, but when I try to start daemons, I have problems with missing libraries (libcrypto 7.0).

2) When I try to build from scratch Samba 3.6.9 the system hangs after a few hours: CTRL+T and DDB are available, but seems that under heavy disk activity netbsd hangs with a missing interrupt (?).

3) When I use static ip addresses, everything is ok, but enabling DHCLIENT in rc.conf, a crash dump happens on FTP file transfert (inbound and outbound):

ftp> get 1giga
local: 1giga remote: 1giga
227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,105,191,212)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for '1giga' (1048576000 bytes).
  0% |                                   |     0        0.00 KiB/s    --:-- ETAtrap: kernel read DSI trap @ 0xe0c5195b by 0x9b9f4 (DSISR 0x40000000, err=14), lr 0x9bd78
panic: trap
cpu0: Begin traceback...
0x00688770: at panic+0x4c
0x006887b0: at trap+0x104
0x00688840: kernel DSI read trap @ 0xe0c5195b by m_xhalf+0x9c: srr1=0x9030
            r1=0x688910 cr=0x40002048 xer=0 ctr=0x9bc50 dsisr=0x40000000
0x00688910: at 0x1a1055c
0x006889a0: at _bpf_mtap+0x118
0x006889f0: at stge_intr+0x53c
0x00688a40: at pic_do_pending_int+0x1a8
0x00688a90: at splx+0x4c
0x00688aa0: at decr_intr+0xbc
0x00688ac0: at trapstart+0x7c0
0x00688b90: at pool_put+0x1e4
0x00688c10: at pmap_pvo_free+0x40
0x00688c20: at pmap_pvo_free_list+0x34
0x00688c30: at pmap_remove+0xa4
0x00688c70: at ubc_alloc+0x568
0x00688cf0: at ubc_uiomove+0xc0
0x00688d60: at ffs_write+0xa4c
0x00688e00: at VOP_WRITE+0x3c
0x00688e30: at vn_write+0x13c
0x00688e60: at dofilewrite+0x90
0x00688ec0: at syscall_plain+0x1e4
0x00688f20: user SC trap #4 by 0xfde20bf0: srr1=0xf032
            r1=0xffffd1a0 cr=0x48222042 xer=0 ctr=0xfde20be8
cpu0: End traceback...
dumpsys: TBD

U-Boot 0.2.0 (Mar 16 2006 - 10:12:43)

This happens also using samba.
Using static addressing, both ftp and samba works fine.
Have someone faced or solved these issues?
Kind regards.

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